Commercial and business law deals with transactions that occur primarily between businesses and businesses and individuals, so it is a very important segment of law for us all.
The Universal Commercial Code (UCC) is the governing authority for commercial transactions, including borrowing money, leases, contracts, and the sale of goods. The UCC has been enacted to some extent in all of the states within the United States. The UCC is helpful in that it regulates products that may go through several states during processing, and suggests uniform guidelines for commercial processes.
The business law attorneys at The Law Office of Knellinger & Associates are experienced in many aspects of commercial law and can assist you with your business related legal needs. Whether you need legal assistance because someone did not fulfill an obligation to you, or your company is being accused of not upholding your end of an agreement, our business lawyers can help you to understand your options and guide you through a different situation. We can also assist you with drafting and reviewing contracts, and developing a suitable corporate structure that meets your business needs.
Our office is also experienced with landlord-tenant disputes relating to both residential and commercial property. We can assist you by developing or reviewing a lease to meet your needs. Whether it involves negotiation or litigation, we can help you.
The Law Office of Knellinger & Associates provides legal advice and representation for individuals, entrepreneurs, and business owners in Gainesville, Florida, and communities throughout north central Florida, including cities such as Ocala, Starke, Palatka, Lake City, Middleburg, Trenton, Bronson, Lake Butler, Cross City, Williston, Chiefland, Alachua, Jasper, Live Oak, and Jacksonville, Florida.
Alachua County ● Putnam County ● Clay County ● Bradford County ● Union County ● Columbia County ● Gilchrist County ● Levy County ● Marion County ● Hamilton County ● St. Johns County ● Dixie County