Our lawyers can review your Agreement for Lease to ensure it is suited to your business’ needs
Why do I need a lawyer to review my Agreement for Lease?
Whether you’re looking to lease premises that are not yet constructed, or you still need to obtain consent from a third party to use the premises, a Agreement For Lease is essential. It should set out when you can move into the premises, so it is good business practice to have this reviewed by a lawyer.
Review of your Agreement for Lease
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An Agreement for Lease will set out when you can move into premises. They are common in situations where you are looking to lease premises that are not yet constructed, the lessor has agreed to carry out work on your behalf or if you need the consent of a third party before using the premises.
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An Agreement for Lease generally covers details of a lease before you move into the premises, so it’s important that a lawyer reviews the terms of the contract before you finalise anything. This will prevent any headaches in case anything goes wrong during your lease!
An agreement to lease is a promise – a contract between two parties (lessor and lessee) – where the lessor agrees that they will, in the future, grant a lease to the lessee. A lease, on the other hand, is more formal and finalises the arrangement.
An Agreement to lease creates a binding obligation on both parties to enter into a lease on agreed terms, subject to agreed conditions being completed. This creates more certainty for the parties where money is to be spent before the Lease commences.
This package starts at $1000 + GST. It includes a legal review of an Agreement for Lease, phone consultations with a lawyer about your negotiating position and a written list of changes to the lease that you can request from the other party.
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