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Commercial Lease Agreement

When your prospective tenant has found the perfect location to launch their business, it's crucial to put everything in writing to protect everyone's interests. Our team at Astre Legal is here to ensure that your commercial lease is drafted and revised according to the terms agreed upon by both parties and in compliance with the law.

With our expertise in commercial leasing, we make sure that your legal rights and interests are well-protected throughout the entire process. Our meticulous approach ensures that every detail is carefully considered, providing you with peace of mind and confidence in the legal documentation for your business.


Don't leave your commercial lease to chance. Contact our business law firm today to learn more about our comprehensive commercial lease services and how we can assist you in safeguarding your business with professional and sophisticated legal expertise.

The key elements of a commercial lease

When it comes to renting a space, there are several crucial elements that should be clearly indicated in a lease agreement to ensure a smooth and transparent leasing process.


One of the key elements is the financial aspect. Your lease should explicitly specify the amount of rent, the frequency of payments, and any additional costs that you are responsible for paying, such as taxes and utilities. We understand the importance of financial clarity and strive to provide you with all the necessary details upfront to avoid any surprises later on.


Space considerations are also of paramount importance. Your lease should outline the specific premises being leased, including any additional areas that are included in the lease. For instance, does the lease include parking spots, or who is responsible for snow removal? Are there any common spaces in the building that are part of the lease? We believe in providing you with a comprehensive and detailed lease agreement that leaves no room for ambiguity.


The term of the lease is another critical factor. It should clearly state the length of time for which you are renting the space and whether or not you have the option to renew the lease. We believe in transparent communication and ensure that the term of the lease is clearly stated to avoid any confusion or misunderstandings in the future.


Dispute resolution is an important consideration in any lease agreement. Our lease agreement clearly specifies what happens in case either party defaults on an obligation or if a dispute arises. By addressing potential disputes in advance, we aim to prevent any disagreements and ensure a smooth and mutually beneficial leasing experience.


We strive to provide you with a lease agreement that is clear, comprehensive, and meets your needs. Trust us to provide you with a leasing experience that is transparent, efficient, and free of any ambiguities.

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