Updated on July 11th, 2021
An Ohio commercial lease agreement is a legal contract that details the terms and conditions regarding the leasing of a commercial rental property. The document must include all necessary provisions and may be revised or amended by either the landlord or tenant before both parties sign the agreement. The landlord may require that the tenant pays an initial deposit or acquires an insurance policy, and the tenant may request a professional evaluation of the premises before the agreement is finalized. Once both parties have reached an agreement on their terms, they must sign the contract to make it effective and legally binding.
Lease Application – Landlords can ask potential tenants to fill out this form to obtain their business information and rental history before signing a lease.