Dallas Sublease Disputes Lawyers
When you sign a sublease in good faith, you should be able to trust that the other party will uphold their end of the agreement. Whether you are the business owner, property owner, property manager, or a tenant, issues may arise about your rights and responsibilities when subleasing a property.
Resolving subleasing disputes between tenants and landlords can be complicated. Commercial real estate involves considerable investments of time and money, and conflicts will naturally arise between a commercial landlord and a tenant. The outcome of these disputes may affect your business financially long after the lease term has ended.
At Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., our experienced Dallas sublease dispute lawyers are committed to litigating all types of subleasing disputes in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Contact our lawyers at (214) 317-4448 or online today to discuss your case.
Do I Need a Sublease Disputes Lawyer?
Texas law regarding commercial leasing is complex. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, you need an experienced lawyer to help you navigate the subleasing laws. Whether you need help enforcing or preventing evictions, obtaining compensation for property damage, or pursuing breach of lease contracts, a skilled attorney will be able to sort out disputes for both landlords and tenants who have entered a subleasing agreement. Trying to understand and argue over the complex language in your lease without a professional’s help will likely result in you losing your case.
Why Choose Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. to Handle My Case?
Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. represents clients that are landlords and property owners or tenants of office buildings, medical facilities, industrial space, shopping malls, apartment buildings, and other commercial properties in the Dallas metro area. We have three decades of experience helping our clients through the complexities of landlord and tenant disputes in commercial real estate, especially with subleasing agreements.
We are committed to communicating efficiently and effectively with our clients. Our legal team will develop a strategy for your dispute and inform you about all your legal options. Our attorneys will provide detailed information on the legal process so you can make informed decisions about your case.
Cases We Handle
Unless your commercial lease explicitly prevents it, you may enter into a subleasing agreement as a tenant or a landlord. A sublease occurs when the original owner does not lease the premises to you but leases the property to another person or entity between you and the landlord. The process of subleasing or subletting a property involves the current tenant finding a new person to move in and take over rent payments.
The cases that we handle generally fall into the following categories:
- Evictions —Business owners may experience cash flow problems, but if your tenant cannot pay rent or is unwilling to keep rent payments current, you must go through specific steps to have them legally evicted. With subleases, this process may be confusing and complicated. You need the knowledge of an experienced commercial subleasing dispute attorney to make you aware of your options and the eviction process for a subleased property.
- Property Damage — Tenants and landlords are responsible for any property damage that happens during a subleasing agreement. Both landlords and tenants should maintain and keep the property up to code. The sublease has a duty to ensure that the electrical wiring, plumbing, heating, and any equipment that is on the property is in working condition. If there is significant damage, you may need legal help to resolve a subleasing dispute regarding responsibility in a sublease arrangement.
- Leasing Terms — In some subleasing agreements, problems may arise about the disagreement of lease terms. A sublessee often inherits lease terms that have been negotiated by the sublessor on a master lease. However, the leasing terms may not be appropriate or favorable for the tenant. As a result, there may be disagreements regarding the terms of the lease. When this happens, you need legal counsel on your side to help settle this case.
Whether you are a property owner, landlord, or a tenant who is involved in a commercial sublease dispute, it is essential to hire an attorney who knows the ins and outs of commercial real estate law. A lawyer can also help you recover compensation for property damage, evictions, or other lease disputes involving the subleasing of commercial real estate.
Contact Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. Today
If you have a commercial property subleasing dispute, you need an experienced team of lawyers to handle your case. Our firm represents both landlords and tenants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and throughout Texas. Contact Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. at (214) 317-4448 or via our online contact form to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled commercial landlord/tenant dispute attorneys today.