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Firm News: Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont Successfully Defend Client in Commercial Lease Lawsuit


The Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont has successfully defended a business client in connection with a breach of contract lawsuit involving a commercial lease.


The case, which was filed in the Superior Court of New Jersey, alleged a number of causes of action including breach of contract, negligence, and unjust enrichment. The firm, on behalf of its client filed counterclaims and aggressively moved through the discovery process.


Ultimately, the case was resolved in favor of the firm’s client. The case was handled by Andrea Bellantone, Esq.


In general, lawsuits involving commercial lease agreements are complicated. Unlike residential leaseholders, the laws involving commercial lease agreements typically favor the landlord. If you are a commercial tenant and are facing litigation with your landlord, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel as quickly as possible.



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