Commercial Lease – Leasing Commercial Premises

In England, other than for short term lettings, commercial leases are long documents containing numerous terms to be negotiated between the landlord and the prospective tenant. The tenant invariably has the burden of keeping the property in good repair and decoration so it is important that at the end of the lease term the tenant does not find itself saddled with heavy financial liabilities, called dilapidations, which it had not expected. This can be mitigated by a professional survey of the property and negotiation of appropriate provisions in the lease before the lease is signed.

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