Nebraska Commercial Lease Agreement
The Nebraska commercial lease agreement is a real estate contract that is created to legally bind a retail, office, or industrial tenant to property that is rentable for business use. The contract may be filled in to satisfy the intentions of the parties and can be structured in any three of the following ways:
Gross – Tenant only pays a monthly amount and the landlord covers most all utility charges, property expenses, and taxes to the property.
Modified-Gross – The tenant pays a monthly amount and a portion of all the expenses related to the premises.
Triple-Net (NNN) – Tenant pays a monthly amount and pays for all related property expenses including taxes, insurance, common area maintenance (CAM’s), and all utilities.
- Read Laws – In the Nebraska Commercial Code