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If you’re subleasing your business’ leased premises to another party, you need a Commercial Sublease Agreement.
Subleasing your commercial premises can be a tricky undertaking, but we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re subleasing the whole or part of your commercial premises to another party, our lawyers can draft a Commercial Sublease Agreement to protect you.
A Commercial Sublease Agreement drafted to meet your specific requirements
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A Commercial Sublease Agreement is a legal agreement that allows commercial tenants to sublease the whole or part of their leased premises to another party. The agreement governs the relationship between the existing tenant, the incoming subtenant, and the head landlord.
A Commercial Sublease Agreement typically addresses issues like the consent of the head landlord, payment of rent, lease expiration, security deposit and more important terms for your sublease arrangement.
As part of this fixed-fee package for Commercial Sublease Agreements, our lawyers will draft a Commercial Sublease Agreement to meet your unique requirements. In addition, we’ll provide a high level review of the relevant provisions in the Head Lease.
You’ll also receive phone consultations with your Sprintlaw lawyer, who’ll take your instructions, advise you on your legal rights and obligations, and answer any questions you have. Plus, you’ll get a complimentary amendment to the final draft we provide to you.
Please note that this package does not include registration of the lease, tax advice, or any direct negotiations or correspondence with the landlord or their lawyers. This scope also assumes that the transaction does not involve any employment or other compliance issues.
Our Commercial Sublease Agreement package starts from $1590 + GST.
This price includes drafting a custom Commercial Sublease Agreement for your business, a high level review of the relevant provisions in the Head Lease, and a complimentary amendment to the final draft we provide to you. You’ll also receive a phone consult with our lawyers to answer any questions you may have.
As we charge on a fixed-fee basis, you’ll know exactly what you’ll pay up-front and won’t be hit with any surprise fees.
As an online law firm, we eliminate the headaches of paying us by the hour and finding time to meet with a lawyer in person. We communicate via phone, email and cloud conferencing — whichever suits you! We know you’re busy, so we’re only a click away.
You’ll be guided through this process by our expert lawyers, who are Australian-qualified and were trained at leading law firms. They left the traditional corporate law sphere to help us make legal services better. Our lawyers specialise in technology, intellectual property, contract drafting, corporate and commercial law.