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Suite 160
Columbia, MD 21046

P. 410-290-0707

 

 

Baltimore, MD 

P. 410-962-1199

Real Estate Law

Commercial Leasing & Landlord-Tenant Matters

BTLG lawyers can provide legal assistance in your commercial leasing and landlord-tenant matters. We have substantial experience in matters regarding commercial leasing disputes, representing both landlords and tenants in transactions and litigation (trial and appellate).

Transactions and Litigation Services:

  • Lease negotiation
  • Assignments/subletting
  • Breach of lease
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Holding-over actions
  • Non-payment/ejectment actions
  • Landlord-Tenant
  • Landlord's Liens
  • Rent abatement
  • Constructive eviction
  • CAM disputes
  • Code violations

Strategic Alliance with The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A.  

BTLG has a strategic alliance with The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A.  to provide clients with more experienced representation in certain real estate transactions, including more sophisticated real estate development transactions.  Some of these areas of representation include: 

  • Acquisition and Disposition of All Types of Real Property Assets
  • Closing, Escrow and Title Documents
  • Commercial/Residential Real Estate Development
  • Commercial Financing
  • Commercial Leases
  • Condominiums, Residential & Commercial
  • Construction Contracts
  • Contract Drafting, Review & Negotiation
  • Developer Representation
  • Easement / Boundary Disputes
  • Eminent Domain
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Interim/Construction, Permanent Financing, Primary/Mezzanine Loans
  • Land Assemblages
  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Landlord / Tenant Matters
  • Lease Drafting, Review & Negotiation
  • Lending Transactions
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Refinancing
  • Real Estate Ownership Structures, Including Joint Venture, Partnership and Shareholder Arrangements
  • Settlement (Closings)
  • Tax Deferred Exchanges
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