Attorney’s Fees Clause- A Second Thought

It may be wise to think twice before including prevailing party attorney’s fees clauses in standard residential and/or commercial lease agreements.  Under established law, each party to an agreement is responsible for paying its own attorney’s fees unless provided by statute or the language of the contract.  The attorney’s fees clause is usually standard language in all real estate lease agreements we encounter.

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