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Making an Office Space Lease
If you are an office space owner, you can make and sign Office Space Leases to safeguard your interests when you are planning to offer your commercial property for rent. Making this essential document can make it easier for everyone to avoid disagreements in the future. You can click on "Make document" to check out the sample Office Space Lease.
As with any legal agreement, Office Space Leases are not legally binding until they are signed by all parties. This customized document from Rocket Lawyer is much more than a blank Office Space Lease template that you might download elsewhere. As a Rocket Lawyer member, you may opt to activate Document Defense® for your lease, which allows a lawyer to help you demand payment or otherwise enforce your legal rights.
Even if this is your first time renting out your property, it is critical to keep track of all rentals with a lease. The benefits shown here may be helpful for you:
Some outcomes from not signing this document might include damaged property, unpaid fees, unauthorized usage, and unplanned changes to the arrangement.
The basic details that you may want to cover in your Office Space Lease are listed below:
As usual, the contract will also contain policies about late payments, governing law, and liability. Using the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you are able to add more personalization, as needed.
Luckily, you will not need to hire a traditional law firm to put your contract in writing. When using the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, any office space owner is able to make an Office Space Lease for free online today. Your agreement will be built section by section, so you can be sure that it has the correct details that you'll need. Simply tap or click the "Make document" button above to begin.
Each Office Space Lease has a set of suggested next steps to take to finalize the document. As a Rocket Lawyer member, you can make edits, print it, make a copy of it, save it as a Word or PDF file, and sign it electronically using RocketSign®, as needed. Most importantly, the tenant should always get a copy of the final contract. Also, feel free to check out our full library of additional contracts.
Locating a legal professional to check your agreement might be fairly time-intensive. Certain attorneys won't even accept requests to review a document that they didn't work on. If an attorney does decide to help, they most likely would still demand their standard fees for doing so. An easier and more cost-effective option would be to request help from the On Call network of attorneys. By becoming a Premium member, you can get your documents looked at by an attorney with experience in real estate matters. Whether you decide to create more copies of your Office Rental Agreement or other legal documents for office space owners, we will be here to support you.