Lease Defaults and Enforcement of Remedies
When a tenant has defaulted on a lease and there is little prospect for payment, a property owner or landlord may resort to eviction. However, the process is complex and requires strict compliance with the Texas Property Code.
From the first “Notice of Default” to final “Writ of Possession,” the lease attorneys at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf have extensive knowledge of the laws regarding lease defaults and enforcement of remedies. We have decades of experience representing property owners, landlords and tenants in such disputes and are committed to ensuring that our clients’ rights and assets are protected to the full extent of the law.
Commercial leases are detailed, complex documents that can vary widely from lease to lease. For businesses facing possible eviction, or property owners seeking to retake their property, an experienced lease default lawyer is required to make sure that every possible remedy is pursued and exhausted.
McCleskey’s exceptional lease attorneys and commitment to excellence help our clients succeed and prosper, even after their legal issues are resolved. Businesses and individuals across West Texas and New Mexico have come to us for generations because of our reputation for integrity and our deep roots in the community. Our firm believes in these relationships and the role they play in ensuring that our region is, and continues to be, a great place to live.
Contact us to learn more about our lease default attorneys.