Contracts do not require a signature on the dotted line to be binding. Both verbal and written contracts are frequently entered into in business . If you are a business owner, consultant, supplier, employee or if you fall anywhere in between, you have probably entered into a contract. Avery Law Office can help you draft the contracts your business requires and understand your legal rights, entitlements, obligations and the remedies available in event of a breach of contract. We can assist you with the contracts you require for your unique business situation as well as the following:
Land Leases and Building Leases
An agreement to lease land is an important starting point for a person who does not own land, but wants a legal interest in land to protect their investment and interests. Lease agreements should address various points including the description of the land and/or building to be leased, length of the lease, options to renew, installation and planting costs, ownership over land improvements and rights to entry. A lease agreement does not have to be lengthy, but should be thorough and protect your interests and profitability. We can draft an agreement that meets your needs or walk you through the terms or revision of an existing agreement. We can also assist you with issues regarding land title office registrations, easements, priority agreements and related matters.
An agreement to lease equipment results in a mutually beneficial relationship. These agreements are very useful tools for equipment owners to earn an income from expensive equipment that may be used on a limited basis and for individuals who are unable to purchase expensive equipment to meets their needs at a fraction of the cost. Equipment lease agreements should address various points including access and use, the length of the lease, options to renew, maintenance costs and terms of payment. A lease agreement does not have to be lengthy, but should be thorough and protect your interests and profitability. Avery Law Office can draft an agreement that meets your needs or walk you through the terms or revision of an existing agreement.