New York Commercial Lease Agreement


The New York Commercial Lease Agreement gives a real estate owner or lessor the opportunity to establish a legally binding relationship with a tenant who rents real estate with the intention of transferring a retail business, office, maintenance, hotel, or other business-oriented business. Commercial leases typically range from three (3) to five years and up to ten (10) years for retail real estate, although any term may be negotiated. Unlike tenants, the rights of commercial tenants are exclusively those included in the rental agreement; Owners usually design the agreement and therefore contain conditions that meet their needs and preferences. A licensed NY broker, who helps negotiate the terms of a lease agreement, can be very helpful — especially if the tenant is a first commercial tenant. During the term of this rental agreement, the tenant does not exclusively use the common parking lots, entrances and sidewalks not reserved with the owner, the other tenants of the building, their hosts and the invited persons, subject to the rules and rules of use thereof, as prescribed from time to time by the owner. The owner reserves the right to order parking inside the building or in the vicinity suitable for the representatives and employees of the tenant and tenant. The renter must provide the landlord with a list of all license numbers for cars owned by the renter, his representatives and staff. A separate structured car park, if located above the building, is reserved for tenants of the building who rent such parking. The tenant hereby rents from the owner ________ _Nombre of parking spaces in such a structural parking lot, available according to the First Come-First Served report.

In return for renting such land to the tenant, the tenant will pay a monthly rent of _______ Such rent is due and payable each month, without application, on the date indicated in this Regulation, for the payment of other monthly rents in addition to such other rents. The effective date of the lease agreement and the names of both parties should be indicated at the top of the form that will be prepared. These include the names and telephone numbers of the tenant and landlord, as well as an address at which the parties can be reached. This section must describe the rented property and indicate the full address. This should also include the number of the building and the floor on which the unit is located. If everything else has been read and agreed in the document, both parties must sign and date the agreement below. There should also be an area in which the names of the parties can be printed. If a guarantor is needed for the rental, he must also place his information and signature in this section. As a general rule, they must indicate their name, address, social security number, date and signature..

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