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Leasing a property may involve different legal work for different situations. You may or may not need to get your lawyer involved in all aspects of the deal. The lease process may involve 2 things:
Negotiating the lease terms and offer to lease can range from $700 to $4,000 (or considerably more), depending upon how much of the lawyers time it takes. You can save money by doing most of the negotiating on your own.
The cost to prepare a customised lease contract usually varies, check with your lawyer in advance as to their estimate of fees plus taxes and disbursements. If your lawyer uses a pre-printed standard form lease, the cost may be considerably less, for their time, and the taxes and disbursements.
If your lawyer is reviewing a lease prepared by the other party's lawyer, the fees will usually be less, unless there are a lot of issues to negotiate.
see below for an example of a lawyer experienced in many areas of commercial lease issues. Bruce D. Redekop, LLB
Bruce D. Redekop, LLB
Bruce is skilled in area of commercial leasing and has acted for landlords and tenants on all aspects of leasing, including negotiating offers, lease agreements, lease renewals, lease disputes, damages claims, enforcement issues, rent distress, and termination.
Bruce has over 25 years experience in business law, having guided companies at all phases, from start-up, growth and development, mergers, acquisitions, and sale or asset disposition. Bruce is an experienced businessman and has operated product development companies and participated in a number of business ventures with entrepreneurs. His approach is down to earth, creative and results oriented. Bruce enjoys working with professionals to achieve maximum value for clients. His primary practice areas are:
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