Common Litigation Issues in San Antonio Commercial Property Disputes
Many issues that may lead to commercial lease disputes, like rent increases or disagreements over maintenance responsibilities, can be handled without a third party involved. San Antonio business owners and their landlords or leasing agencies can often resolve these issues with each other through meaningful discussion. However, when discussions cease to be amicable or fail to achieve their intended outcome, it can be necessary to hire a lawyer to begin litigation.
The Texas Judicial Branch’s Annual Statistical Report found an almost one-third decrease in landlord/tenant cases from 2019 to 2021, which was affected by many pandemic-related factors. There were eviction restrictions and several rental assistance programs that can be attributed to the decline. Despite this, lease disputes still made up 30% of new civil cases in Texas in 2021.
With fewer protections for tenants, Texans can expect to see the number of property disputes continue in a post-pandemic world. Commercial lessees without in-house representation should know that the most experienced property dispute lawyers in Texas can be found at Carabin Shaw. We’ve been helping Texans work out complex and contentious property issues for decades.The Carabin Shaw Guarantee
The San Antonio commercial litigation attorneys at Carabin Shaw know that financial concerns are one of the primary reasons people hesitate to seek legal representation, which is why we aim to put all potential new clients at ease with the promise of free case reviews. You shouldn’t have to write a check just to find out if a particular firm is the right one for you; we feel that by offering initial consultations for free, we can build stronger and more productive client relationships.
This is also why we offer our services on a contingency-fee basis, which means that we don’t get paid until we win for you. You can trust that we’ll fight for you at every stage of the process, and know that you’ll be kept informed the whole time. Carabin Shaw’s reviews consistently celebrate our transparency and success-driven attitude.Common Commercial Property Disputes in Texas
Rather than a residential property dispute, which occurs between a tenant and their landlord, commercial property disputes are those between business owners and their landlords or leasing agencies. Our team has helped many San Antonio landlords and business owners settle disputes over commercial property.
Here are some of the most common disputes our commercial real estate litigation attorneys in San Antonio Tx have seen over the years:
- Non-payment of rent and rent increases
- Lease violations
- Lease renewals
- Maintenance issues
- Insurance disputes
- Security deposit disputes
When you need dependable San Antonio commercial real estate litigation for the above or any other disputes, look no further than Carabin Shaw.Texas Commercial Property Dispute Remedies
Litigation isn’t the only path to resolving commercial property disputes; mediation and arbitration are also possible ways forward. Arbitration may be required in the commercial lease agreement, so tenants should review all relevant documents with an experienced commercial property lawyer before proceeding.
Depending on the situation, different remedies are available in commercial real estate disputes. For landlords, this might be in the form of a lease termination, eviction, or lawsuit for damages that can’t be covered with a tenant’s security deposit.
For tenants, possible remedies might look like a lawsuit for damages, a reformation of the lease contract, a tenant cancellation of the lease (called rescission), or constructive eviction, which defends a tenant’s non-payment of their rent.Carabin Shaw Handles All Commercial San Antonio Real Estate Disputes
An attorney can explain all possible options in your commercial real estate dispute, so give Carabin Shaw a call as soon as possible. Our toll free number, 800-862-1260, is available 24/7, so we’ll be ready for you when you’re ready to reach out.
Our representatives are trained to answer any question you might have and speak both English and Spanish. Give us a call today if you’re ready to see how to get the best chance at winning your commercial real estate dispute.
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