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Making a Warehouse Lease
As a warehouse owner, you can make and sign Warehouse Leases to safeguard your interests when renting out your property. Signed by both the commercial warehouse owner and the tenant (respectively called the "lessor" and the "lessee"), this document can help each party to set appropriate expectations. You can tap or click on the "Make document" button to check out the sample Warehouse Lease and see what information you'll need to customize your document.
As with any other legal agreement, a Warehouse Rental Agreement is not legally binding until it is signed. When using Rocket Lawyer, you aren't just filling out a Warehouse Lease template or fillable PDF; you're making a completely customizable and digital legal document. In case you ever require help from a lawyer in the event of nonpayment or any other problem, your membership offers optional access to Document Defense® for added protection.
Even if this is your first time renting out your property, it is critical to record the details of each rental in a lease. These benefits might help your decision-making:
If you or the renter decide against signing a Warehouse Rental Agreement, you might not get to enjoy all of the aforementioned benefits and protections.
The details that may be necessary to cover in your Warehouse Lease are listed below:
As you may expect from a document like this one, any Warehouse Lease built with Rocket Lawyer will also contain language around past due fees, governing law, and liability. Using the document tool, you are able to implement more customization, if needed.
Fortunately, you don't need to reinvent the wheel to put your contract in writing. With Rocket Lawyer, anyone can make Warehouse Leases online very easily. Your document will be constructed section by section as you answer simple questions to enter more information along the way. Ordinarily, given the level of customization, you might end up paying a traditional law firm fees in the hundreds of dollars, if not more.
Attached to your Warehouse Lease, there is a series of next steps to take to finalize your document. You are encouraged to take any or all of these actions related to your document: editing it, printing it, saving it as a Word document or PDF file, and signing it electronically through RocketSign®. Finally, make sure that all signers receive copies of the fully executed contract. Also, feel free to take a look at our full selection of additional documents.
Depending on whom you approach, some lawyers won't even accept requests to review your rental contract if they didn't draft it. A better approach might be through Rocket Lawyer attorney services. As a Premium member, you can request advice from an On Call attorney with relevant experience or ask additional legal questions related to your Warehouse Rental Agreement. As always, we're here to support you.