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Landlord Disputes    

No one wants problems and Landlords and Tenants are no different.

But occasionally something will happen that causes stress between the two parties. First of all, remain calm, gather your facts, and/or your paperwork that supports your position on the issue and schedule a time to talk to the other Party.

Most leases are properly drafted to address many anticipated issues. At these times, the items below may provide you with insight to help resolve the conflict.

The following list is self explanatory, but if you have any questions please email retailcriteria.com


Common Area Maintenance Charge Issues

bullet Copy of invoice being challenged.
bullet Basis as to why the invoice is not owed.
bullet Copy of lease and any amendments signed to date.
bullet Copy of annual reconciliation statement from Landlord.
bullet Does lease have a cap on prorata charges?
bullet Does lease have any items which are excluded from C.A.M.?
bullet Did Landlord provide backup to support invoice?
bullet Which lease provision does this invoice apply to?

 

   
 

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