A Commercial Lease is a legally binding agreement negotiated between a landlord, often also a commercial landlord and a business, where the property will be used for business purposes. The Lease includes address of the property, business tenant and landlord contact details, an inventory of fixtures and fittings, terms of the lease, generally as per a residential agreement, with some additions.
Additional clauses may include, for instance, guarantor contact details. These agreements may be more or less inclusive of terms of the lease.
The Lease can cover a wide range of issues including:
Both parties should keep a copy of the signed agreement for their records.
This Commercial Lease Contract is applicable when renting any commercial property, including:
Anyone wishing to rent out space for commercial use, or any business seeking to rent commercial space needs a contract to detail the rights and responsibilities of both lessor and lessee.
People who may find this information useful include:
There is a variety of terms to choose from when formulating a Commercial Lease Agreement. For example:
What is the difference between a deed of trust and a mortgage?
For general purposes of understanding, the legal terminology differs, but ostensibly the two arrangements are similar in function. For instance, the lender (creditor), is known as a mortgagee in a mortgage arrangement and a beneficiary in a deed of trust. Similarly, a borrower (debtor) is defined as the mortgagor in a mortgage arrangement and obligor in any deed of trust arrangement.
There are, however technical differences between them. A deed of trust involves a third party trustee, who holds the property ownership in trust for the creditor. This differs from a mortgage where title to the collateral remains with the debtor; but there is a ‘lien’ on the real estate which favors the creditor
The state laws in which the property is being sold dictates whether a mortgage or deed of trust is applicable and there may be differences in arrangements e.g. A deed of trust may enable a trustee to obtain possession of the property without a foreclosure and sale. In some jurisdictions, a deed of trust might be treated as if it were a mortgage. Here, deeds of trust are governed by the laws applying to mortgages. The deed of trust requires a trustee to convey the property back to the debtor upon full payment of the debt.
A Commercial Lease Agreement is a legally binding agreement negotiated between a landlord, often also a commercial landlord and a business, where the property will be used for business purposes. The Lease includes address of the property, business tenant and landlord contact details, an inventory of fixtures and fittings, terms of the lease, generally as per a residential agreement, with some additions.Read More
An invoice is a transactional document, paper or digital, that notes the products or services produced in return for a specified fee, on any given date and details method of payment. It also details the contact details of the company selling the goods or services.Read More
An eviction notice is used by landlords to inform a tenant that they are being evicted from the property for non-payment or for other violations of the rental or lease agreement.Read More
A rental application screens potential tenants by asking for specific information about the tenant, including job status, previous rental history, ownership of pets, or other questions. It helps a landlord identify the ideal tenant to meet the terms of the tenancy.Read More