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Every day, thousands of Australian businesses enter into commercial leases. Entering into a commercial lease is a big commitment. It’s important that you ensure a lawyer with extensive experience in the commercial leasing space reviews your lease for you. The LegalVision network contains a number of lawyers with expertise in commercial leasing.
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What does a Commercial Leasing Lawyer Do?
Commercial leasing lawyers assist businesses with all aspects of the law relating to commercial leasing. The two main tasks business owners ask commercial leasing lawyers to assist with are drafting and reviewing commercial leases.
There are various types of commercial leases, depending on both the type of business that will be run from the premises, and state in which the premises are located. Each state has a different approach to commercial leasing, enshrined in legislation, so it’s important that the commercial leasing lawyer you’re working with has experience of reviewing or drafting leases in your state.
If you’re opening a cafe or shop your commercial lease will generally be governed by the retail lease act relevant to your state. Most retail leasing acts require the lessor to provide the lessee with a disclosure document. This is a task that your commercial leasing lawyer will be able to assist with.
It’s important that your commercial leasing lawyer work in a pragmatic manner. Make sure you work with a lawyer who only focuses on business law, not a generalist.