Simply put, writing and negotiating a satisfactory commercial lease is a challenge. The lease began as a conveyance of a real property interest in the early common law. The modern written form of lease must address each of the many common law issues or the substantive rights of the parties will be determined by a "default" back to common law. Additionally, the parties then need to add to the written lease the host of contract services that make up the bulk of most modern written leases and then make sure they properly interface with the real property rules of the common law. Incomplete drafting has left both landlords and tenants in expensive and unusual situations. The materials offered in this site include the most extensive commercial lease checklists on the market.



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