If you are a commercial property owner or manager, you want your operations to run smoothly; high occupancy rates, quality tenants and timely payments are essential for success as a property manager. If you are a commercial property tenant, you want the property owner or management firm to comply with the terms of the lease and promptly correct problems.

Unfortunately some parties to a commercial lease don't always live up to expectations, so what do you do when the terms of the lease have been violated?

That's when you need the help of an experienced commercial lease dispute lawyer.

Call Galloway and Collens, PLLC, at 248-397-5507 to discuss your case. We represent both commercial tenants and landlords in commercial lease litigation.

In addition to resolving lease disputes, our firm also provides services to property owners and tenants designed to properly establish and maintain beneficial lease relationships and avoid disputes, such as drafting leases.

Representing Commercial Property Owners And Tenants In Michigan

At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, we provide results-oriented representation for commercial property owners and tenants throughout the Detroit metro area. Our firm has been doing so for more than a decade — working hard to help our clients maintain profitability and resolve landlord-tenant disputes.

We can represent you in matters involving:

  • Nonpayment of rent
  • Collection of unpaid rent
  • Damage claims
  • Signage and usage disputes
  • Evictions
  • Disputes over common-area maintenance charges
  • Other types of lease violations

Seeking Results In And Out Of Court

At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, we know that litigation may not always be necessary. Before proceeding down that road, we will thoroughly examine the facts and legal issues in your case. In some cases, assertive negotiation techniques may enable us to achieve satisfactory results without need for litigation. That said, we are skilled advocates with experience in all types of commercial real estate litigation. If court action is required to obtain results, we will vigorously advocate on your behalf.

Contact An Attorney

Questions about a commercial lease dispute? Call Galloway and Collens, PLLC, at 248-397-5507. Alternatively, you can submit an inquiry form and an attorney will respond promptly.