Negotiate Favorable Attorneys' Fees Clause

May 20, 2010
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An attorneys' fees clause in a commercial real estate lease defines who will pay the legal fees for a dispute between the tenant and owner. It is critical to negotiate and draft an attorneys' fees clause in your retail or office building lease that makes the owner responsible for any legal fees arising from its potential default and relieves you from paying for the cost of a lawyer to help you resolve your own issues that may arise.

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