Commercial Lease Agreement
Our Commercial Lease Agreement template:
- Simple to edit and complete
- drafted by a UK expert for reliability
- full guidance notes to assist editing
- cost-effective legal peace of mind
How Does It Work?
This is our commercial lease template for leasing business property.
It is designed to be used when you want to put in place a lease for commercial property. It can be easily customised to suit your individual requirements and is suitable for the letting of all types of commercial or business property.
This type of lease agreement puts in place a robust and reliable agreement that is suitable for both short term and long term letting of commercial property where no break clause is required.
The template has been drafted by David, our co-founder and lawyer of twenty years. This ensures that you can rely on the document being up-to-date and legally comprehensive. Our detailed guidance notes (free with the lease template) make completing the final lease simple and fast. A copy of the guidance notes are available here: guide to this commercial lease template.
If you wish to contract out of the provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 that permit the tenant to ask for an extension of the lease when it expires, our guide and free declarations and notices assist you in this regard.
Using our Commercial Lease Agreement template
This template for a commercial or business lease can be downloaded in Word format once purchased. It can then be easily edited to your own needs.
We provide a full money back guarantee if you are not happy with your template document for any reason.
Once purchased, the template can be reused as many times as you want for creating commercial business leases at no further cost. We keep our templates under review to ensure they are up-to-date. When we update a template that you have bought, we will notify you by email and you will get a free updated template.
What is a Commercial Lease Agreement?
If you have a building that you own for business purposes you will want to lease it to a tenant. In order to do this, you will have to put in place a lease. You have a number of options. The licence to occupy business premises, for example, puts in place a very flexible agreement, but it does not offer much protection for the landlord as it is brief.
The tenancy at will is also a brief simple agreement, but neither party to the agreement can tie the other to a long notice period. This may not be ideal in many business lease arrangements.
This commercial lease agreement creates the most robust and formal of the commercial tenancies available.
The cost of our lease agreement is inexpensive compared to visiting a high street solicitor for the same document. With our free guidance notes, completing the final agreement yourself is easy.
As a standard lease template, the agreement is flexible and can be used for a wide range of commercial property types. You can use this template agreement for letting office spaces, retail shops, warehouses or other commercial property.
We also have residential property agreements that would be suitable for use by a landlord of residential properties.
You can read our guide to this commercial lease template to get a much better feel for the document and what you will need to do to complete our lease template.
There is an optional clause that can be used to add a Guarantor for the tenant. This means that, if the rental obligations are not being met by the tenant holder, the Guarantor can be required to step in and meet them.
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