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Sharp minds. Sharp transactions.

Clients turn to Horack Talley for our extensive commercial real estate experience including negotiating, drafting and finalizing lease agreements, amendments, modifications and renewals. Landlord/tenant law is one of our niche practices, and we serve clients who have industrial, office, retail and multifamily properties.

We place a premium on quick response, honing in on the main issues and providing extensive analysis and options. We are mindful of your budget. If a project expands, we will talk with you early on about the needs we foresee for our time and services so that we can determine the best options together.

Over the years, we have negotiated ground, gross and triple net stand-alone retail, office and large industrial leases from 1,000 square feet to 300,000 square feet. We believe each negotiation deserves focused attention to the specific details, business points and legal issues that are presented by landlord and tenant.

We have also negotiated leases involving franchisees and other third parties. In connection with these activities, we have drafted and finalized easements, rights-of-way, co-tenancy agreements and other related legal documents to deal with the issues related to multi-tenant office buildings, office parks and shopping centers.

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