A Commercial Lease is complicated. Let us review it before you sign.
$600 + Tax.
If your business needs to occupy a commercial space for any purpose, it’s almost a guarantee that you are going to lease the space and that means signing a Commercial Lease Agreement. Get it professionally reviewed.
A lawyer can explain your lease to you in plain English and point out areas that might leave you exposed. Get a leg-up in negotiations to ensure your business interests are protected and minimize the chance of any surprises down the road.
Understand what you're signing (or signed). Tenant liabilities can be tens of thousands of dollars. Even if your Lease is non-negotiable, understanding the limits of your protection under the contract is extremely important and could keep you from accidentally breaching your agreement.
First, you'll have a kick-off call with your Good Lawyer to discuss your current situation. After the call, your lawyer will carefully review the lease and you can ask questions.
1. Project kick-off call to gather information, advise you and answer questions.
2. Extensive review of the Commercial Lease
3. One Follow-Up Call to answer further questions, advise you on certain issues and the lawyer's comments and findings.
Pick a time to kick-off the project and discuss your Commercial Lease Review with a Good Lawyer.
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Your lawyer will call you to discuss the contract, their comments, and answer your questions.
Get your paperwork done the easy way so you can get back to running your business.
No. Commercial Leases are extremely detailed documents and your lawyer will need to review it completely in order to provide you with accurate and valuable advice.
Your lawyer will look out for key clauses that could affect your business, like anything that costs you money, obligates you to take certain actions, prevents you from doing certain things that are essential for your business, restricts your ability to market your business in the space, and what types of things are included / not included in the physical space you’re leasing.
The majority of customers get the answers they need in a Commercial Lease Review, but some situations require more than advice. If you need something bigger like revisions to your contract or a completely new agreement drafted, your lawyer will give you an upfront fixed-price quote for the work. If you decide to proceed with the work, you don’t pay until after the job’s done.
For commercial tenancy related issues, it’s best to speak to a lawyer who has experience in your province. Goodlawyer has lawyers all over Canada with diverse experiences and specializations.
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