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Alabama Commercial Lease Agreement

An Alabama commercial lease agreement allows a landlord to establish terms with a tenant for the renting of commercial property. Commercial agreements will be set for a fixed term with an average length of three (3) to five (5) years. The tenant will commonly request renewal periods in anticipation of succeeding at the location, enabling them to extend the lease should they wish to do so. When the parties reach a mutual agreement over the lease conditions, they should sign the document and, while not required, have their signatures authenticated by a notary public.

Lease Application – Used to screen a potential tenant to ensure they are qualified to sign a binding lease agreement.


Realtor Version

Realtor Commercial Lease Agreement – This document is the 2008 version of the commercial lease agreement provided by the Birmingham Association of Realtors®.

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