While your healthcare real estate agent can negotiate the terms of your lease, they are not attorneys. Having a a commercial real estate focused attorney review your commercial real estate lease or purchase contract is important for the following reasons:
Legal expertise: An attorney with expertise in commercial real estate law can help ensure that the contract is legally sound and protects your interests.
Contract review: An attorney can review the terms and conditions of the contract to identify any potential issues or conflicts and help negotiate changes or additions to the legal language.
Protection of your rights: An attorney can help protect your rights and obligations under the contract, as well as identify any areas where you may be vulnerable to financial or legal risks.
Knowledge of laws and regulations: An attorney can provide guidance on local, state, and federal laws and regulations that may impact the contract and your rights and obligations as a tenant.
Having a lawyer review your commercial real estate contract can help you make informed decisions, avoid costly mistakes, and ensure that the contract is enforceable.