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Disputes in commercial Landlord/Tenant relations arise whether or not you have a well-written lease. In Texas, both lessees and lessors have rights and responsibilities. Before entering a lease contract, it is important to understand those rights and responsibilities and to verify that the contract addresses them. An attorney review of a contract or participation in the drafting of a lease contract can prevent costly lawsuits and save significant time and expense.

The law firm of Ackels & Ackels, L.L.P. has lawyers with decades of experience in commercial and residential Landlord Tenant disputes. These include:

  • Contract drafting and interpretation
  • Negotiation of lease terms
  • Breach of lease agreements and early termination eviction proceedings
  • Wrongful eviction and collection of past-due or overdue rent
  • Property use disputes
  • Lease termination disputes
  • Wrongful evictions/unlawful detainers
  • Foreclosure evictions and defense

In many instances, an amicable agreement can be reached through negotiations between parties and/or counsel. However, if a satisfactory solution between landlords and tenants cannot be reached, litigation may be necessary.

The lawyers at Ackels & Ackels, L.L.P. are experienced inside and outside of the courtroom. Our attorneys are involved in drafting, reviewing and negotiating the terms of a lease agreement and fighting to protect client rights in a lawsuit.