A solid commercial lease can protect your investment by defining your relationship with your tenants and shielding you from potential liability. It should be the foundation for the ongoing relationship between you and your tenant.
This commercial property lease agreement template is suitable for the tenancy of most types of Australian Commercial premises such as
If the property involved is a retail shop premises please see the Retail Shop Leasing pages.
For those wishing to sublet a portion or the whole of a leased premises see our sublet agreement.
Registration of a lease is a legal requirement in some states of Australia and is recommended for all states because it provides important protections for both the Landlord and Tenant.
Our State based Commercial Property Lease Agreements include the relevant information on how to register the Lease in your State or Territory. Go here for more information.
These professional templates with easy-to-follow instructions, give you the confidence that your interests are protected by clearly defining the obligations of the parties.
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1. Tenant Pays Outgoings
2. Landlord Pays Outgoings
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Or choose from this list
then it will most likely come under the retail leases legislation.
A licence is generally not as formal as a lease and a licensee does not enjoy the same rights as a lessee. A lease grants the tenant a leasehold interest in the land a licence does not.
Generally, a lease is created whenever one person gives another:-
There are certain factors to consider when determining whether a licence has been created. The most important consideration is whether the right to possession is non-exclusive.
Non-exclusive possession of the premises points to a licence, whereas exclusive possession of a premises, or part of a premises, will usually be considered a lease.
Following are some examples of where a licence may be appropriate:-
If you want to learn more go to our article What’s the difference between a lease and licence