Kitchener-Waterloo Lawyer Advising on Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes
Commercial space, including retail spaces, office buildings, hotels, and industrial buildings all present unique leasing issues and can lead to complex disputes. These disputes can be lengthy and expensive, requiring significant time and resources, and potentially disrupting operations.
Richard Campbell at Campbell Litigation has the necessary knowledge and experience to assist clients involved in all manner of commercial leasing disputes. He has served the community and represented clients in Kitchener-Waterloo and throughout Southern Ontario for decades. He represents both tenants and landlords, and is efficient, experienced, and cost-effective. His goal is to resolve these disputes without recourse to litigation – but if negotiation and mediation fail, he provides assertive representation for clients in court.
Our Landlord and Tenant Services
The team at Campbell Litigation has many years of experience advising both landlords and tenants on commercial leasing issues, and in representing clients in commercial landlord-tenant disputes, including:
- Advising on the effectiveness of leases;
- Advising on expiration of leases, including early termination;
- Advising on what can and cannot be done with chattels on commercial premises;
- Advising on priorities and the interaction between the Commercial Tenancies Act, the Personal Property Security Act and the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act;
- Advising on the consequences of a “midnight move”.
Having sat on both sides of the table in commercial leasing disputes, our team brings significant insight into how the other side thinks, and thoroughly understands their strategies and objectives.
Campbell Litigation: Commercial Leasing Dispute Lawyer in Waterloo and Kitchener
If you are a commercial landlord or a commercial tenant involved in a landlord-tenant dispute, contact the team at Campbell Litigation. We can advise you of your options, represent you throughout the matter, and save you time and aggravation. To speak with a member of our team and to see if we are the right law firm for you, call us at 519-886-1204 or contact us online.