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Post your project.

Create a project posting in our marketplace. We will ask you the questions lawyers need to know to provide pricing.

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Why use ContractsCounsel for your Commercial Lease needs?

Clear, affordable pricing

Get the legal assistance you need at an affordable and consistent price that fits your budget. With our service, you receive multiple proposals from vetted lawyers to compare.

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Our online platform simplifies the process of requesting quotes for the work you need. Say goodbye to wasting time on inquiries to law firms just to schedule your consultations.

Proven track record

With an average rating of 4.9 / 5 stars on our platform, lawyers have an average of 12 years of experience with proven track records of successful client engagements.

What is a Commercial Lease?

A commercial lease outlines the terms and conditions when a business rents a commercial property to conduct business from that location.

It's a legally binding agreement made between a landlord, "LESSOR" (often the owner of the property) and a business tenant "LESSEE" that must be followed.

How Do Commercial Leases Work?

Commercial leases can help commercial landlords manage tenant relationships while protecting their business. It is critical to understand commercial leases before renting space to a small business. The type of commercial lease, terms, and termination requirements are vital elements of your contracts and affect how you negotiate the outcome.


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Ways our lawyers help with Commercial Leases

Commercial Lease Drafting

Navigate the world of being a landlord by drafting a commercial lease that protects your interests. Leverage our vetted lawyer network for your drafting needs.
Average Bid Value
Average Hiring Value
210 bids reported for Commercial Lease
$4,000 Avg. Traditional Law Firm Bid
73% Savings with ContractsCouncel

Commercial Lease Review

Review your commercial lease to understand its terms and best protect yourself before renting from a commercial landlord. Post a project now to get bids.
Average Bid Value
Average Hiring Value
994 bids reported for Commercial Lease
$4,000 Avg. Traditional Law Firm Bid
77% Savings with ContractsCouncel

Key Elements in a Commercial Lease


A clear description of the space being leased, including the address, square footage, and any specific parts of a larger building or complex.


The duration of the lease. This will include the start date and end date.


The amount the tenant will pay to rent the commercial property. Note, there can be base rent, additional rent, and rent escalations.

Security Deposit

Amount paid upfront to cover potential damages or breaches of the lease.

Use of Premise

Defines what the leased premises can be used for (e.g., office space, retail, warehouse).

Maintenance and Repairs

Outlines who (landlord or tenant) is responsible for which maintenance tasks and repairs.


Specifies who pays for utilities like water, electricity, and gas.

Common Area Management Fees

Costs associated with the upkeep of common areas in multi-tenant commercial properties, such as hallways, restrooms, and parking lots.

Improvements and Alterations

Terms concerning any changes or improvements the tenant may want to make to the premises.


The types and amounts of insurance the tenant is required to maintain.

Option to Renew

A clause giving the tenant the right, but not the obligation, to renew the lease under specified terms.

Assignment and Subletting

Rules regarding whether the tenant can sublease the space or assign the lease to another party.

Project Data for Commercial Lease

Review Commercial Lease in Texas

Commercial Lease
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$350 - $1,000

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Review Commercial Lease in Virginia

Commercial Lease
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$300 - $975

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Review Commercial Lease in Texas

Commercial Lease
Bid Range

$350 - $1,250

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