Disclosure – The Energy Efficiency Disclosure Statement must be attached to all commercial contracts. 26. SALE OR LANDLORD CONSATANCE In the case of a sale or transfer of the complex or interest, by an owner of the reversion who is then the owner, the transferor is thus liable for any other liability on any of the conditions, alliances or conditions (express or implied) in favour of the tenant and in this case, to the extent that it is such a transfer. , the tenant undertakes to submit exclusively to the responsibility of the successor in the interest of this transferor in and to the complex and the lease. This rental agreement is without prejudice to such a sale or promotion, and the tenant undertakes to take the successor in the interest of such a seller. Commercial leases are longer-term and more flexible. However, they contain more clauses and restrictions. There is more room for negotiation, but less consumer protection. The terms of a commercial lease may vary from landlord or real estate company to real estate company and should be tailored to the needs of the business and the owner. The terms of a commercial lease are generally negotiable, z.B: they can be established for one year, but contain a clause that can be renewed, unless the company that leases indicates its intention to terminate the contract at least 90 days before expiry. Before subletting your rental property, a commercial tenant must obtain the landlord`s permission.
If the tenant does not obtain this authorization, there may be serious consequences, including eviction. The tenant`s subletting application should include: California law requires a landlord not to refuse permission to sublet for no good reason. If the owner has a good reason to refuse a sublease, he must document his statement of reasons in writing. If it is not properly documented, the owner is deemed to accept the sublease. Commercial leases follow lengthy negotiations on terms, fees and debts. They aim to protect the owner from damage and the business from the hidden costs associated with renting the property. The commercial tenancy agreement describes the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants, with different exclusions and the definition of terms of termination, payment, use and use. The term of the lease: If you are a small contractor, you must be careful with the duration of the lease. Most leases have a term of 3 to 5 years. However, you are more likely to have a 2-year lease when you start. It is important that commercial leases are established in the most detailed way possible. In the case of an appeal, issues that are not explained in the commercial lease are interpreted.
The landlord and tenant`s property rights and rights that are not expressly included in the commercial tenancy agreement are deliberately omitted. If the lessor has never had an audit and therefore no CASp report, the following statement must be made in the lease agreement: The commercial lease gives the company the right to use the property for its commercial purposes. This concerns the installation of signs, the registration of the company at the address and the advertising for the site. Without this contract, it is not possible to obtain a correspondence address for the rented property. Commercial leases do not apply to contracts where occupancy is partially or totally habitable. 27. ATTORNMENT TO LENDER OR THIRD PARTY In the event that the lessor`s interest in the land and buildings on which the leased premises are located (whether a royalty or a lease benefit) is subject to bargaining orders and these interests are acquired by the lender or by a third party by judicial seizure or by the exercise of a purchasing power for private debt. , the tenant hereby undertakes to authorize the buyer in such a forced sale and to recognize that buyer as the owner as part of that lease agreement.