Are you planning on entering into a commercial lease? A LegalVision commercial leasing lawyer can draft or review any commercial lease agreement.
A commercial lease agreement sets out the rights and obligations of the owner of a commercial property (known as the landlord or lessor) and a third party that has agreed to occupy the property (known as the tenant or lessee).
LegalVision can provide a fixed fee quote to draft or review any commercial lease agreement. Just fill out the form on this page, or give us a call to get a free quote.
Each Australian state and territory has specific legislation relating to retail commercial leases. If you are entering into a retail commercial lease, it is important to check that you have complied with the legislation in your state or territory. Your lawyer will be able to advise which type of lease agreement (standard or retail) you will need.
Your commercial lease agreement should refer to the specifics of your particular situation and may vary from lease to lease. Common conditions you’ll want to negotiate include the term of the lease, the type of businesses allowed to operate in the premises and the amount of rent to be paid.
It’s beneficial to have an expert leasing lawyer review or draft your commercial lease to ensure your interests are protected. Make sure you understand the lease, and can comply with it’s conditions, before you sign.