* With limited exceptions, enforcement, dispute and litigation work is exclusively undertaken in Alberta.
INDUSTRIAL LEASE LAWYER - LEASING FOR INDUSTRY:
Industrial leases for manufacturing, assembly, research & development, warehousing and/or distribution/logistics operations are a critical factor in a business' operational and financial success. The property's location, zoning, condition, structures, foundation, expandability, etc., are of important significance to industrial tenants, thereby elevating the importance of the lease and the constant need for experienced and knowledgeable legal representation to protect your business' interests.
Industrial leasing provides a full range of common and unique challenges, that impact landlords and tenants differently, including:
- expansion or downsizing of operations within the initial lease
- radical alterations in the marketplace or a business' financial situation
- leasehold improvements and heavy capital investment
- transportation considerations, shipping and receiving facilities
- environmental contamination and the release of pollutants
- pre-existing environmental damage (non-disclosure versus undetected)
- overloading of floors and paved areas
- structural repair and replacement costs of older buildings
- sale-and-leaseback arrangements
- building on spec, industrial parks, research and development centers
- investment opportunity versus functional obsolescence
For knowledgeable and experienced legal representation in negotiating, reviewing and drafting industrial leases, and protecting your business’ legal rights thereunder, contact lease lawyer Christopher R. Neufeld.
Lease Lawyer Christopher R. Neufeld is admitted to practice law inboth Alberta and Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.), representing commercial landlords / lessors, tenants / lessees, developers / owners / investors. The law firm of Neufeld Legal Professional Corporation has offices in Calgary, Toronto and Burlington, while working with key clients in Manhattan, thus enabling us to serve Calgary, southern Alberta, downtown Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Brampton, Milton, Guelph and Kitchener Waterloo, together with New York City. COPYRIGHT 2008-16.