Negotiating with Municipal Entities
When purchasing or renting a commercial property on which to run your business, it is important to realize that you will potentially have to work with local municipal entities to ensure that your business proceedings do not violate local laws or regulations. Sometimes dealing with municipalities can be frustrating or overwhelming, especially if you are not familiar with commercial property leases and legalities. Fortunately, having an experienced attorney at your side to help with this negotiation process can make this process much easier.
If you or someone you know is opening a business and needs help negotiating with any municipal agencies that may be involved, we can protect your rights and interests in addressing any local legal requirements. For more information about our numerous business legal services, contact the experienced Austin business lawyers of Slater Pugh, Ltd. LLP, today by calling.
Common Terms for Negotiation
Depending on the location and type of your business, you may have to negotiate many different items with local municipalities. Common terms for negotiation include:
- Hours of operation
- Advertisement abilities
- Parking spaces / lots
- Appearance of property
To ensure that these negotiations neither extend too long nor infringe upon your rights, it is a good idea to enlist the help of an experienced business attorney. With the help of our skilled legal team, your negotiations with municipal entities may be much shorter so that you can begin your business as soon as possible.
If you need help negotiating your rights as a commercial property owner, we are here to help.
Contact a qualified Austin business attorney at Slater Pugh, Ltd. LLP to discuss your situation.