Our experienced commercial leasing lawyers can help you prepare or review your documents so you can move forward with your commercial project with confidence.
A commercial lease is for a property that will be used for business, but doesn’t include retail premises. This is because there are different laws that apply to retail leases. For example, there are certain things that a landlord can ask the tenant to pay for in a commercial lease agreement that they can’t in a retail lease agreement, like land tax and management fees. If you’re not sure whether your lease should be commercial or retail, our experienced lawyers can help you determine the best approach.