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Commercial Lease Agreement Law in La Mesa

A lease is the most important aspect of a new business as either a landlord or a tenant. If you are able to negotiate a lease for your business or property, you are laying a great foundation. There are many considerations to take into account when negotiating a lease. Many times, a business will struggle because they cannot afford the lease they agreed to. This is especially true when a tenant has agreed to a long term lease. The business may be doing well, but five years down the road, lease rates could increase tremendously according to the terms of the lease and begin to hurt the business. This is where the importance of negotiating a lease you can afford comes in.

There are several terms to be negotiated for a lease agreement, including rates, options to extend, rent increases, non-compete clauses, and improvement clauses, to name a few. Speaking with an experienced business attorney can help you negotiate the terms of your lease that will be beneficial to you throughout the life of the lease.

For more information about Business and Corporate Transactions, please call us at 619-441-2500 for a free consultation or send us a message for a free case evaluation.

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Garmo & Garmo, LLP office update (January 4, 2021)

Garmo & Garmo, LLP’s physical office is open to assist you with your legal needs.  We are following the strict guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of California and County of San Diego.  Unless necessary, in-person meetings will not be held in our office.  Our office can conduct phone meetings or video meetings with clients/visitors.  Please note the local San Diego courts are open for most business operations. 

Please consider the following if you must come to our physical office:

  1. All clients/visitors must wear facial coverings at all times while in our office.
  2. All clients/visitors must practice social distancing while in our office.  This includes maintaining a minimum of six feet from our staff and others.
  3. For the safety of our staff and others, all sick clients/visitors may not enter our office.
  4. All clients/visitors will have their temperature taken when they enter our office.
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We are closely monitoring the latest advisories from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of California, County of San Diego and the local court system. We will update our policies as we receive new information.

We appreciate your patience and confidence in Garmo & Garmo, LLP’s ability to serve you.