Oregon Commercial Lease Agreement | PDF – MS Word
An Oregon commercial lease agreement is written to bind two (2) parties, a landlord and a tenant, to the terms and conditions associated with the renting of commercial real estate. Due to the lengthier term of a commercial lease, the landlord will generally conduct a thorough examination of the entity’s business practices and credit history to ensure that they’ll be reliable, long-term tenants. It is never wise, for either party, to enter into commercial lease negotiations without the consultation of a lawyer with an in-depth knowledge of commercial real estate. Once all terms have been negotiated, and both parties are satisfied, the signatures can be inscribed in the presence of a notary public thus binding the landlord and tenant to the contract.
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