Montana Commercial Lease Agreement | PDF – MS Word
A Montana commercial lease agreement is a rental contract used to solidify terms and conditions with regard to rented retail, office, or industrial property. This type of agreement often involves more money than a residential lease agreement, therefore, the landlord may require that the tenant pay a large security deposit and/or provide a personal guaranty. This guaranty will give the landlord peace of mind knowing that if the business should go under or default on the agreement, the rent will still be paid. Other terms of the commercial lease agreement include rent amount, utilities and expenses, taxes, length of lease term, termination options, and the rights and responsibilities of both parties. Once all terms and conditions have been negotiated and are deemed fair and reasonable by both parties, the landlord and tenant can sign the lease agreement.
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