Contracts & Leases
Everyone knows the Portland real estate market is growing in leaps and bounds, which is awesome for any realtor or broker working in Oregon. Ditto investors, who get to stand on the sidelines, grinning and rubbing their hands together in anticipation of all that sweet dough.
… hopefully. That’s only the case if you don’t get yourself in trouble with the state or federal government, with the new tenant laws, or with contracts and leases in general. Whether you manage properties or office space, help people buy and sell their dream homes, invest or are otherwise involved with real estate, you have to understand contracts and leases.
Perhaps you’re not even in those fields, but are starting a business of your own and want to make sure you are in compliance and not being taken advantage of. No matter what, contracts and leases are critical – but hard to wrap your head around. Get the legal help you need.
Underwood Law assists its clients with Contractual & Lease needs by providing seasoned legal advice regarding:
- Contract Preparation, Drafting, and Negotiation
- Business Agreements for Owners and Third-Parties
- Operating Agreement and/or Bylaw Preparation
- Non-Competition, Non-Disclosure, and Non-Competition Agreements
- Asset Purchase and Buy-Sell Agreements
- Dissolution Agreements
- Commercial and Residential Leases
- Land Sale Contracts for Real Property
- Dispute Resolution & Litigation
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