Pennsylvania Commercial Lease Agreement-Template

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The Oregon commercial lease agreement is a document used for business tenants seeking to occupy an industrial, office, or retail space. The rental term is typically between one (1) and five (5) years with options to renew at the tenant’s decision. Rental increases may either be fixed, adjusted to the Consumer Price Index (CPI – see link), or negotiated in “good faith” at the time of the term end date. All business tenants should have their background reviewed by the…

The Idaho sublease agreement can be used by the tenant on a property to permit another individual to live in or take over the property. This agreement works without any assistance from the landlord, although the landlord should be informed, and any problems with the sublease are to be directed at the original tenant (known as the “sublessor”). For example, if the new subtenant (called the “sublessee”) does not make payment with the monthly rent, the sublessor is required to…

The Vermont month-to-month lease agreement is at once a short-term lease and a lease of indefinite length. Also known as a “tenancy at will,” a monthly lease agreement is designed to allow a tenant to rent property from a landlord on a month-to-month basis with no fixed end-date. Aside from the temporary nature of the lease, this type of contract contains the same terms and conditions as any other rental agreement, such as rent amount, payment date, security deposit, tenant and…

The Oklahoma five (5) day notice to quit for the nonpayment of rent is a letter that may be served upon a tenant by a landlord when payment has not been made on the due date stated in the lease agreement. According to § 41-141, the notice may offer the tenant the options of either paying the amount due to continue residing on the premises or vacating the property altogether. Regardless of which option is chosen, the tenant will have…

The Illinois five (5) day notice to quit allows for a tenant who has not paid rent to have five (5) days to pay up or vacate the premises. If the tenant doesn’t comply by moving out, they can face eviction by the landlord. To evict a noncompliant tenant, the landlord must file a complaint with the court in their jurisdiction. Refer to the Illinois State Bar Association for further information. When is Rent Due? – No statute but should be…