Commercial Real Estate
The Atlanta commercial disputes & litigation lawyers at The Libby Law Firm, represent owners, buyers, sellers, developers, contractors, landlords and tenants on a wide range of commercial real estate matters. We can draft or review the documentation for the sale of a building or a shopping mall, we can negotiate renewal terms for a commercial lease, and we can protect your interests in a land use or zoning dispute with county or municipal authorities. Contact one of our commercial real estate attorneys for additional information about the scope of our services.
We work closely with you in order to understand your objectives, concerns, and the potential risk inherent in any project or transaction. With our experience, we can point out opportunities or hazards that might not have occurred to you, and we can make sure that the terms of your commitment accurately reflect your view of the transaction and protect you from unnecessary risk. Among the particular matters that we handle are the following:
- Purchase or sale of retail, office, or industrial property
- Negotiation, documentation, and enforcement of commercial lease terms
- Resolution of zoning or land use problems
- Advice and representation through the building permit process
- Workout and renegotiation of defaulted real estate loans
- Resolution of assignment or sublet problems in commercial lease agreements
- Condominium conversions and rehabilitation projects
- Opinion letters for loan transactions secured by real estate mortgages
- Title searches and satisfaction of liens, judgments, or citations
- Property tax disputes
- Mortgage foreclosures
- Commercial real estate insurance claims
Whether your interest in real estate concerns land development, residential property management, or commercial leasing, our attorneys have the experience necessary to help you realize the full value of your opportunity through our understanding of the market, foresighted drafting, and when necessary, resort to litigation.
We represent clients throughout the Atlanta metro area and also can protect the interests of clients from elsewhere in Georgia or other states with an interest in an Atlanta real estate project or transaction. To learn more about our ability to help your business thrive in an uncertain market, contact a commercial real estate lawyer at The Libby Law Firm.