A Commercial Lease is a contract between a landlord and tenant for the rental of a business property. Nearly every business needs an office space or a storefront, and a Commercial Lease allows the landlord to protect his or herself in the event the business owner isn't on the level. Spell out what the property will be used for, who pays property taxes, and what triggers the end of your Commercial Lease.
Use a Commercial Lease if:
- You own commercial property that will be leased to a new tenant.
- You own commercial property that will be converted to a rental property.
- You want to lease commercial rental property from a landlord who does not have a lease form.
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