Illinois Commercial Lease Agreement Template

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The Connecticut commercial rental agreement is a document used for the act of leasing retail, office, or industrial property to an entity or individual tenant. The lessee must be in accordance with all local zoning laws in order to practice their service or sell their product(s). Before the landlord accepts a new tenant, they should carefully consider the individual or entity by reviewing how their business makes their income through previous years tax filings, and by verifying with the rental application….

The Georgia Month-to-Month lease agreement is designed for individuals who are unsure of how long they’ll stay at a particular location and are looking for flexibility in their lease. The fact that the lease has no set termination date but instead renews each month with rent payment enables both parties to get out of the agreement in an expedient manner if necessary (sixty days’ notice from the landlord is required to quit and thirty for the tenant). The form will…

The Ohio rental application is a vital tool used by landlords and property managers to review a tenant’s credit, background, and income activity while also verifying their references. The landlord may charge a fee for processing the background check if they so desire (usually between $20 to $50). Once complete, the tenant will be called to further negotiate the lease terms and, if both parties come to an agreement, sign the lease to authorize the contract. Note that the applicant…

This Indiana commercial lease agreement is designed for property owners looking to rent their property to a business owner. While this document is similar to other types of rental contracts, it is different in the fact that there are three separate ways of structuring the lease (Gross, Modified-Gross, and Triple Net (NNN)). For the Gross type, the landlord typically pays for every cost related to the property, with the tenant only contributing a fixed monthly payment. A Modified-Gross contract splits…

The Michigan seven (7) day notice to quit (Form DC 100c) is designated for landlords seeking to notify a tenant that their rent is past due and they may face eviction if they do not pay. The form must be served according to the State’s legally mandated process (see instructions) to be effective. The tenant, after being served, has seven (7) days to pay the amount due or vacate the property. When is Rent Due? – No statute. However, this…