A Connecticut commercial lease agreement is a contract that enables a tenant and landlord to set forth terms for the leasing of commercial real estate. Statutory law offers very little in the way of regulations surrounding the required provisions of a commercial lease. Therefore, the parties must negotiate their rights and responsibilities to create an effective agreement that protects their interests during the lease term. The ability of either party to defend themselves in a legal dispute relies heavily on the language incorporated into the lease agreement.
Lease Application – Allows a landlord to review the rental, financial, personal, and business history of a potential tenant to determine whether they are fit to sign a tenancy agreement.