Updated on September 28th, 2021
A North Carolina commercial lease agreement contains all the terms and conditions of a commercial rental arrangement between the owner/landlord of the property and an individual or business entity who has rented the property from them. Commercial properties can be used for a wide variety of business uses which will make the lease agreement quite different for each situation.
Certain terms will exist regardless of the nature of the business, such as rent amount, payment date, expenses, termination date, and renewal options. Before signing the lease, both parties may want to seek legal counsel to make sure everyone understands the agreement and that the arrangement is fair for all parties.
Lease Application – Collects information on potential tenants, including the business’ assets and liabilities, owner information, credit history, and rental history to determine their suitability for tenancy.
Realtor Versions (2)
North Carolina Commercial Lease Agreement Realtor Version (Single Tenant Facility) – This is a commercial lease agreement form provided by the North Carolina Association of Realtors. It is reserved for single tenant facilities.
North Carolina Commercial Lease Agreement Realtor Version (Multi-Tenant Facility) – This commercial lease agreement form provided by the North Carolina Association of Realtors. It is reserved for multi-tenant facilities.