Updated on July 17th, 2021
A Montana commercial lease agreement is a legal arrangement entered into by a landlord and a business owner who is renting their commercial property. This written document contains all the terms, conditions, rights, and obligations that will bind the parties together for the duration of the rental period. Before a lease is signed, the terms of the agreement will be negotiated by the parties until they both understand and accept all the provisions. The business owner will most likely spend time examining the premises, researching the surrounding area, and paying for inspections to ensure they will be able to efficiently and lawfully conduct their business.
Lease Application – A form that can be used by landlords to vet a potential tenant before accepting them for commercial tenancy.
Laws – Title 70, Chapter 26