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New Jersey Lease Lawyer

If you are renting a property out or are considering renting a property from someone else, you need to ensure that the paperwork is correct and that you are protected. A lease is the number one way to protect yourself, regardless of which side of the deal you are on. At the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., our New Jersey lease lawyer will ensure your lease agreement is completed correctly and that you are signing a fair document. We will make sure you understand each aspect of what is discussed in this document so you have peace of mind at signing.

Why the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C. should be your next call

The knowledgeable and experienced team at the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., loves getting into the details. That may not seem glamorous, but that is what you need regarding leases.

  • We have a combined 90 years of experience preparing and reviewing these documents. We won’t miss a thing.
  • We are going to focus on you. Our client-centered approach helps us ensure client success. We are always available to answer questions about your lease.
  • We can meet you where you are. We know you are busy, so we will come to your house or business to get your lease done correctly.

Your lease attorney understands this process

When you are preparing to lease a property out or rent property, an attorney will be the one to ensure you are signing a good deal. Your New Jersey lease attorney will:

  • Understand every law regarding these agreements
  • Negotiate the terms of the agreement between the two parties (or their legal representative)
  • Draft all documents related to your situation
  • Review and propose changes to any lease agreement

Even the most well-drafted leases sometimes cannot prevent a dispute. If a conflict arises after a deal is signed, your lease attorney will help resolve a dispute and act quickly to find a favorable resolution.

Leases can become complicated

A lease is designed to prevent future conflicts and disputes between landlords and tenants. They are essential when dealing with both residential and commercial properties. The lease will:

  • Set forth all the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved in the rental contract
  • Outline methods for conflict resolution
  • List the length of time for which the property is being rented
  • The amount that will be paid in rent
  • How to renew or terminate the lease
  • Late charges or legal fees either party is responsible for
  • Specify the handling and limits of security deposits

Leases must comply with New Jersey and federal law, particularly concerning discrimination based on race, gender, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, disabilities, and more.

Let us have the final look

Whether you want to rent from someone or are looking to rent your property out to another party, you must ensure the lease is in good order. A poorly written lease can mean the difference between a smooth transaction and lease period or major headaches. At the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., our job is to ensure you clearly understand all terms and conditions mentioned in the lease document. Let our New Jersey lease attorney start drafting or reviewing your case today. You can contact our attorneys for a free consultation by calling (973) 256-1414.