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Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement

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How our Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement review service works

Whether your contract is unsigned needing a review, or already signed, needing a brief opinion about your situation, our review service allows for both.

Step 1
Select your page length below and upload your Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement, then checkout
Step 2
We'll assign the most suited lawyer and get to the review as soon as we receive it
Step 3
Your reviewed Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement will be sent back to you by email with our comments, suggestions and red flags within 2 business days (unless you have chosen Express Delivery which guarantees a faster turnaround)

1 to 10 PagesCAD270.0011 to 20 PagesCAD400.0021 to 30 PagesCAD540.0031 to 40 PagesCAD657.0041 to 50 PagesCAD740.0051 to 60 PagesCAD810.0061 to 70 PagesCAD880.0071 Pages or moreCAD945.00

To order, select the length of your Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement, upload it & checkout

Key aspects of our Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement review service

A quick overview of what our Commercial / Residential Lease Agreement review comprises

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Frequently asked questions

A contract review involves a lawyer reading through your contract with context in mind of your circumstances, and pointing out where there are any red flags, concerns and/or recommendations that you should consider before signing or otherwise agreeing to the contract.

Our lease contract review service is designed to give you a snapshot of the legal concerns relevant to your Lease Agreement. We are here to give you confidence to either proceed or to ask the right questions to ensure that your position is protected.

Our lawyers carry out detailed reviews and provide commentary in lay terminology in annotations within the document. 

You can choose what to do with this advice: either you can ask us to amend the document, ask us for further advice and assistance in regard to negotiation strategy or you can use our comments to bolster your negotiation position with the other side. Either way, our snapshot will give you the valuable insights you need to move forward.

Although each Lease Agreement review is unique, and different aspects will be taken into account depending on your specific context, here are some common aspects that we might consider:

  1. Lease Term: The start and end dates of the lease, along with any provisions for renewal or early termination.

  2. Rent and Adjustments: The amount of rent, how it’s calculated, and any provisions for rent increases during the lease term. The method and timeline for payment should also be clear.

  3. Operating Expenses and CAM Charges: The tenant’s responsibility for common area maintenance (CAM) costs, taxes, insurance, and utilities.

  4. Leasehold Improvements: Whether the tenant is allowed to make improvements to the space, who will pay for those, and whether they need to be removed at the end of the lease.

  5. Maintenance and Repairs: Who is responsible for the maintenance and repair of different parts of the property.

  6. Security Deposit: The amount and conditions for the return of the security deposit.

  7. Default and Remedies: Conditions that constitute a default, and the rights and remedies available to both parties in such an event.

  8. Assignment and Subletting: Whether the tenant is allowed to assign the lease or sublet the space, and under what conditions.

  9. Insurance: The types and amounts of insurance the tenant is required to carry.

  10. Indemnity Clauses: Provisions related to liability and who would be responsible in case of property damage or personal injury.

  11. Use of the Premises: Restrictions on how the tenant can use the space, any prohibited uses, and any exclusivity clauses.

  12. Options: Any options to renew the lease, expand the space, or purchase the property.

  13. Dispute Resolution: The process for resolving any disputes that might arise during the lease term.

  14. Force Majeure: Provisions covering what happens if the lease cannot be fulfilled due to unforeseen circumstances like natural disasters, pandemics, etc.

  15. Compliance with Laws: The tenant’s responsibility to comply with all relevant laws, including zoning laws and regulations.

  16. Condition and Delivery of the Premises: The condition in which the space will be delivered to the tenant and returned to the landlord.

Yes, we take confidentiality very seriously and our bound to keep all dealings with you confidential.

Our reviews take 2 working days, unless you order the Express Delivery option. The Express Delivery option needs to be ordered before 1PM EST in order for it to be delivered before midnight on the same day, otherwise it will be delivered the following day before 5PM EST.

If your contract has already been signed, and you are looking to get guidance on a specific situation that has arisen, not to worry, you can still use this review service in the same manner, but in the field which reads “Is there any information that you would like to bring to our attention about this contract”, please insert the specific points that you are looking to have the guidance center around.

Our review service is designed to identify issues and concerns within the document or contract. 

In the event of amendments being required, once the review is provided to you, we would then provide you with a quotation to attend to the amendments on your behalf. Whether you proceed with such amendments is obviously at your discretion.

Yes, your lawyer will be in direct contact with you via email when delivering the review to you.

Yes, you may ask any follow-up clarifying questions to your lawyer via email, who will answer the questions at no additional cost.

You also have the option, as an optional extra, to schedule a 20-minute consultation with your lawyer if you would like to clarify any questions during an online consultation.

Once you contract has been reviewed, it may be necessary to negotiate amendments with the other party/ies to the contract. This might take the form of amendments being effected to the contract itself by our lawyers, email correspondence being sent by us to the other party/ies with our proposed amendments, or a call / online meeting with the other Party/ies to discuss & negotiate.

Once reviewed, and if necessary, we will provide you with a quote to attend to the negotiations.

Our reviews entail pointing out issues and concerns, and as such, does not ordinarily include actual amendments being made to the contract or document, which amendments are normally quoted for separately. However, you can order an hour of amendments as an optional extra during the checkout process.

Page length is measured in Tahoma font, size 11, 1.5 line spacing. If you are uncertain how to do this, feel free to send the agreement via live chat or email for us to measure it for you.

No issue. Upload the contract as is and select the page tier that you think is correct. Once the order is received, we will then measure it in our measuring font. Should it measure much longer than the tier ordered, we will simply revert to you with the shortfall payment link in order for you to make a payment corresponding with the correct page length tier.