Lease & co-ownership law
The protection of the commercial tenant and the desire to confer stability on his relationship with his landlord have led the legislator to put in place a specific device derogating from the common rules of the rental contract, and constituting the status of commercial leases.
These rules, many of which are mandatory, result from Articles L 145-1 to L 145-60 and R 145-1 to R 145-33 of the Commercial Code.
The firm thus intervenes both to draft the leases, but also in the follow-up and assistance during the lease or in the drafting of the deeds of leave and the amicable or judicial termination of the lease.
Our firm is made up of competent and experienced lawyers in matters of:
- Co-ownership:neighborhood disturbance, actions relating to the recovery of charges
- Rental litigation:residential leases and commercial leases, unpaid rent, eviction procedure
We are ready to assist you in your legal challenges to guarantee you effective protection and a solid defense.