A Commercial Lease is Not the Same as a Residential Lease
- Typically much longer than a residential lease
- Much more complicated
- Heavily favors Landlord
- Risk to inventory and other business assets
- Not as easy to get out of
Make s sure you are fully protected before signing a Commercial Lease
Commercial Lease Review and Drafting
A commercial lease is one of a small business's biggest liabilities.
Unless you are operating out of your home, most small business owners will eventually need to lease commercial space. A Commercial Lease is not like a residential lease, which are generally more favorable to tenants. In addition, Commercial Leases are typically much longer than a residential lease, which increases your potential liability. Regardless of the type of space you are leasing, it is important for you to have a small business lawyer review the commercial lease before you sign it. As a small business owner, a Commercial Lease will likely be one of your biggest liabilities. Do not make the mistake of signing your commercial lease without fully understanding what it is you are signing and making sure you are fully protected.
Before you sign a Commercial Lease and commit yourself and your business to several years worth of lease payments, contact me to review your Commercial Lease. As with virtually all my services, I provide affordable flat-fees for reviewing and negotiating Commercial Leases.
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