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A commercial lease is a contract between a lessor and a business owner that sets the terms for a rental of real estate. If you are renting your property for commercial purposes, protect landlords and tenants with our template for a free commercial lease. Simply fill out the attached form with the owner and tenant details, add your individual business terms, and our template automatically generates PDF agreements – instantly downloadable, printable and divisible on any device. If this rental is a “gross rental”, select the check box called “gross rental”. Both the tenant and the lessor must start this selection with the empty lines “Tenant Initials” and “Lessor Initials”. If it is a “modified gross rent”, activate the “Modified gross rental” box. Make sure that tenants and landlords will initialize the blank lines as soon as the necessary information has been filled in. There will be a number of empty lines according to the words “. After the monthly expenses”, to report the expenses related to this real estate rent, the tenant must pay in addition to the basic rent above and a series of empty lines under the declaration “The landlord pays the following monthly expenses” to document the expenses that the landlord must pay for the duration of this rental period. Nothing should be added to these areas after the landlord and tenant have initiated this choice. If this rental is a “triple net (NNN)”, enable the third check box.

The tenant and the lessor must record their initials on the voids according to the words “initials of the tenant” or “initials of the lessor”. Those parties should only put their initials on those lines when Section III has been retained. The first two spaces require the minimum single limit insurance coverage, for which the policyholder is responsible, which is entered clean and then digitally. The third and fourth empty lines require the minimum coverage needed to insure against the death of a person in the field. while the empty fifth and sixth lines require the minimum coverage needed to cover property damage. The sixth point, “surety”, requires the amount of the guarantee that the tenant must give to the lessor for this agreement. . . .