Updated on July 4th, 2021
A Hawaii commercial lease agreement is a contract that outlines terms and conditions for the renting of an office, retail space, or other non-residential property. The landlord or property manager will fill out the agreement to set forth the lease duration, monthly rent, renewal options, insurance information, and other provisions that define the landlord-tenant relationship. Although notarization is not required to create a binding agreement, the parties are encouraged to sign in the presence of a notary public to authenticate their signatures.
Lease Application – Potential tenants may be asked to fill out a lease application to provide their personal and business information to the landlord and to indicate their consent to a background check.
Laws – HRS Chapter 666