COMMERCIAL RENTAL AGREEMENT
(With agent involvement)
Summary An estate agent acting on behalf of a landlord can use a Commercial Rental Agreement that provides for estate agent’s commission payments. A Commercial Lease Agreement can be used when signing a lease or rental agreement with a tenant for a commercial property for business purposes.
Note: make sure to obtain the lessee’s details, and conduct a background check before finalising the Lease Agreement. The Tenant Application Form can be used for this purpose.
No agent involved? Then check out our Commercial Lease Agreement without an agent.
What does the Lease Agreement say?
The template Contract of Lease covers the following issues: definitions and interpretation; commencement and occupation; option to renew; deposit; payments; defects and constructions; use; laws; signage; alterations, maintenance and repairs; change of ownership; security; insurance; landlord’s right of access; indemnity; electricity and water consumption; tenant not yet formed; suretyship; breach; termination; general; agent’s commission.
What does the template Rental Agreement look like? The template commercial property rental contract can be printed onto fourteen pages.
What do you need to do to use this standard Rental Contract?
- Read the document to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
- Complete the relevant details in the rental contract.
- Ensure that the agreement is signed by both the landlord and the tenant.
Also known as: Rental Agreement; Lease Agreement; Property Rental Agreement; Rental Contract; Terms of Lease; Rental Terms and Conditions; Lease of Property Agreement
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