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Agreement to Lease Commercial Property with Option to Purchase at End of Lease T...
This form is a sample of a commercial lease of real property which contains an option to purchase the property at the end of the term. This lease is a triple net lease which means that the lessee pays, in addition to rent, all expenses associated with the property such as...

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Western Australia Commercial / Industrial Premises Lease
Lease commercial or industrial space in Western Australia to a tenant with this Commercial / Industrial Premises Lease. Not for Retail Premises. This form of lease SHOULD NOT be used for retail premises to which the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act applies. Rent Review. Procedure for market rent reviews. Renewal.

Commercial Lease Agreement
A Commercial Lease Agreement creates a commercial tenancy between a landlord and business tenant. If you are a landlord and plan to lease your commercial property to a tenant to conduct business, you should have a written lease agreement with your tenant. A commercial lease will cover certain legal issues such...

Commercial Lease Agreement
A Commercial Lease Agreement creates a commercial tenancy between a landlord and business tenant. If you are a landlord and plan to lease your commercial property to a tenant to conduct business, you should have a written lease agreement with your tenant. A commercial lease will cover certain legal issues such...

Yukon Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease
YT commercial landlords, renew and extend a business tenant's lease with this template Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease for Yukon Territory. The parties agree to the expiry date of the new lease term, and the rental payments for the new term. The tenant has no further right to extend or...

Saskatchewan Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease
SK commercial landlords, renew and extend a business tenant's lease with this template Saskatchewan Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease. The parties agree to the expiry date of the new lease term, and the rental payments for the new term. The tenant has no further right to extend or renew the...

Alaska Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease
AK commercial landlords, renew and extend a business tenant's lease with this downloadable Alaska Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease. The parties agree to the expiry date of the new lease term, and the rental payments for the new term. The tenant has no further right to extend or renew the...

Nova Scotia Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease
NS commercial landlords, renew and extend a business tenant's lease with this Nova Scotia Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease. The parties agree to the expiry date of the new lease term, and the rental payments for the new term. The tenant has no further right to extend or renew the...

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