A commercial lease is a legally binding agreement between the owner (also known as the Lessor or Landlord) of a commercial property and the Tenant (also known as the Lessee or Tenant), commonly a business who requires a physical space to operate from.

The lease generally sets out the rights and obligations of each party during the lease and even after the lease has expired.

It is important to understand the entire commercial lease before signing on the dotted lines.

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