Some of the additional clauses in the long version contain clauses that contain the basic terms and definitions of the lease, as well as clauses detailing the parties` insurance and repair obligations. Litigation is always a way to settle a commercial lease dispute, but it can be costly, risky and unpredictable. As a result, many commercial leases include mediation or mandatory arbitration clauses to resolve disputes between the landlord and the tenant. As a general rule, a commercial tenancy agreement deals with the following: early termination of a commercial lease can be a risky exercise for a landlord, since the courts often grant the tenant an exemption from expiry clauses and even award damages to the tenant if the tenancy agreement has been terminated without sufficient cause. Your commercial tenancy agreement should include terms of early termination and indicate whether the lease is automatically renewed and how and when the tenant should inform you if they intend to terminate the lease. The tenant may only use the rental property for purposes authorized by the landlord. The “Authorized Use of Premises” clause limits the tenant to perform only certain types of business. Before the tenant authorizes the use of the property for additional purposes not specified in the tenancy agreement, the tenant must obtain the landlord`s written consent. The lease agreement should also include signs and similar rights. LawDepot allows you to choose from different types of rental conditions: as a small contractor, you can make modifications to the existing property, which can be an aesthetic enhancement or a complete overhaul or equipment. If you intend to make changes, the commercial lease will indicate who is responsible for paying for the improvements. On the other hand, rental fees are usually paid by the tenant. It is important to look for make-up clauses (where the property must be in its original state after the lease expires) and if the contract indicates that the tenant must rename or remove the property after leaving the premises.
B) environmental restrictions. The tenant does not use the denied premises for activities that directly or indirectly relate to the use, production, processing, storage or disposal of hazardous or toxic chemicals, substances, substances or waste (“dangerous materials”) and that the denied premises are used only in accordance with the applicable environmental legislation, regulations and regulations. The lessor has the right, but not the obligation, to inspect the denied premises and to test if the owner has a reasonable belief that hazardous materials are on the denied premises. If tests indicate the presence of these hazardous substances and the tenant has not removed the hazardous materials upon request, the owner has the right to enter the denied premises immediately in order to correct the impurities found.