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At, we recognize the complexity and significance of commercial transactions. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or a growing business in New Jersey, our legal expertise is essential in ensuring successful and legally sound commercial dealings.

Our team of attorneys is equipped with extensive knowledge and experience in the nuances of commercial law. We approach each transaction with a meticulous eye for detail and a commitment to personalized service, understanding that each business and deal is unique.

Our Commercial Transactions Services Include:

  • Strategic Legal Advice and Planning: Receive comprehensive advice tailored to your specific commercial needs. Our attorneys help you navigate the legal landscape of your business transactions, ensuring informed and strategic decision-making.

  • Contract Review and Negotiation: From drafting to negotiating contracts, we ensure that your agreements are legally robust and aligned with your business objectives. We handle the fine print, so you can focus on the big picture.

  • Risk Assessment and Management: Identifying potential risks is crucial in commercial transactions. Our team provides thorough risk assessments and advises on effective management strategies to protect your interests.

  • Regulatory Compliance and Due Diligence: Stay compliant with state and federal regulations. We conduct due diligence to ensure all aspects of your transactions are lawful and transparent.

  • Representation in Disputes and Litigation: Should disputes arise, our skilled attorneys are prepared to represent your interests in negotiations, arbitration, or court proceedings, advocating vigorously on your behalf.

Ongoing Support and Communication: We believe in keeping our clients informed and involved throughout the transaction process. Our team is committed to providing ongoing support and clear communication, ensuring a smooth and successful commercial experience.

Partner with for Your Commercial Transactions

Embark on your commercial ventures in New Jersey with by your side. Contact us today for a consultation. Our dedicated team is ready to provide the legal acumen and support necessary to navigate the complexities of commercial transactions, helping your business thrive.

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Thinking of purchasing or selling a commercial property? We can help. The term “Commercial Property” generally refers to any building or land intended to generate a profit.


The term “Commercial” is important because it has implications about financing, taxes, and laws that govern the relationship between Landlord and Tenants, as well as Landlord and governing authorities.

Commercial property Landlords, for example, can utilize the ”triple net lease,” where the risks are passed on to the leasing business to an extent that is not available to residential real estate Landlords. In Other words, the commercial Tenant or lessee may agree to pay all real estate taxes, building insurance, and maintenance (the three “nets”) on the property in addition to any normal fees that are expected under the agreement (rent, utilities, etc.).

We represent clients in all phases of real estate matters, assisting clients in the following:

  • Acquisition and Sale Transactions

  • 1031 Exchanges

  • Contract Negotiations

  • Due Diligence

  • Title Questions

  • Environmental Investigations and Remediation

  • Financing Transactions

  • Insurance

  • Leasing

Common Pitfalls To Watch Out For:


Environmental Inspection.

  • Hazardous waste and soil contamination can cost from a few thousand to millions of dollars in remediation costs. The Seller is
    responsible for the cleanup cost, even if the Seller is not responsible for causing the contamination. Consult with an attorney to guide
    you through the process. Do not buy a problem.

Marketable Title vs. Clear Title.

  • A property with a clear title is free from all encumbrances. These are not necessarily financial. Encumbrances may include liens or
    judgments from previous owners, but they can also include covenants about the ways in which the property can be used. On the other
    hand, a property with a marketable title may have certain encumbrances but the title is clear enough to sell at a fair market price.
    Consult with an attorney to help you understand any title issues.

Zoning and Land Use.

  • Zoning laws dictate the use of your business property, because they determine availabilities of practice on your property by the
    municipal government. These laws are subject to change by government agencies as well as your neighbors, so it is important to
    know the zoning laws and inspect the zoning permits of the prospective property as well as nearby properties and businesses.

Contact our office today for a free consultation to guide you through the process.

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To schedule a free consultation with our experienced attorneys, book an appointment today and take the first step towards getting the legal representation you need.

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