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LEASE CONTRACT LAWYER

Critical to almost every business arrangement is the underlying contract that the parties negotiate and enter into, as it will shape the manner in which their ongoing commercial relationship will be conducted and issues resolved. As such, it is imperative that the appropriate contract be drafted, such that the true intentions of the parties are addressed and appropriate contractual measures are put in place to resolve problems and settle disputes.

 

For knowledgeable and experienced legal representation in negotiating, drafting and  reviewing business contracts, contact contract lawyer Christopher Neufeld at 416-887-9702 / 403-400-4092 or via email at Chris@LawyerContract.ca.

  Commercial Lease Agreement
Contracts should be made specific to the particular circumstances of the business arrangement, as opposed to simply attempting to rely on a generic template that is not designed to advance your company's financial interests, hence the significance of a contract lawyer drafting your commercial lease agreement.
Clauses often seen in such contracts might include some variant of:
"By this Lease Landlord leases to Tenant and Tenant leases from Landlord the Project as set forth and described on the Reference Pages (the “Premises”). The Reference Pages, including all terms defined thereon, are incorporated as part of this Lease. The Premises are demised and let subject to (i) the existing state of title of any of the Premises, including all covenants, restrictions, reservations, liens, conditions and easements and other encumbrances of records as of the Commencement Date (collectively, “Permitted Encumbrances”), (ii) any state of facts which an accurate survey or physical inspection of the Premises might show as of the Commencement Date, (iii) all Regulations (defined below), and (iv) the condition of the Premises as of the Commencement Date, without representation or warranty by Landlord."

Contract Lawyer Christopher Neufeld is a corporate commercial solicitor admitted to practice law in Alberta and Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.).  Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, in particular corporate commercial transactions and contract drafting and negotiations. Operating from Calgary [705 - 120 Silvercreek Close NW, Calgary, Alberta]; Toronto [1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801, Toronto, Ontario] and Burlington [719 Catalina Crescent, Burlington, Ontario]. For more information on corporate commercial leasing visit www.LeaseLawyer.ca. © 2013.

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