Commercial Rentals in Suffolk County and Nassau County
Running a business in Nassau and Suffolk County on Long Island often means renting commercial space. Like tenants who rent their homes, commercial tenants must pay their landlord an agreed-upon rent, and landlords are responsible for maintaining the building itself. When the building is not taken care of, the business runs the risk of violating safety codes and inconveniencing customers. If the business loses customers, they risk not earning money required to pay the rent.
Responsibility for resolving property issues could lie with the tenant or the landlord, or it may be a combination of both parties. In handling commercial rental disputes, Matthew Tannenbaum takes the time to thoroughly examine both his client's point of view and that of the opposition. Since he takes on cases from both sides, he can spot valid arguments and help clients negotiate appropriate settlements that fit the circumstances.