Saturday, 17 March 2018

Commercial Leasing - Tenant Considerations

Commercial property comprises a number of different types, including:
  • Professional Offices
  • Vacant land
  • Stand alone retail shops
  • Retail shops in large shopping centres
  • Retail shops in small strips
  • Warehouses
  • Factories
  • Industrial Sheds
  • Childcare Centres
  • Medical, dental and other health practices
  • etc 
Each of these property types has its own unique characteristics.
We have summarised in the table below some of the considerations you may want to take into account when leasing commercial property. Some issues will have more relevance or importance depending on the type of property and your intended use:

A Lease is a legally binding document. Before you, as Tenant, enter into a Lease it is important to:

  • Take into account the type of property and its characteristics
  • Undertake appropriate due diligence 
  • Consider relevant issues such as those in the table; and 
  • Obtain appropriate advice. 

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The material provided in this document is for general information only and is not to be relied upon as advice. No responsibility is accepted for any loss, damage or injury, financial or otherwise, suffered by any person or organisation acting or relying on this information or anything omitted from it.

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