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Home Q&A Forum What's permitted alterations in a commercial lease?

Real Estate

Commercial Lease

Florida

Asked on Apr 17, 2023

What's permitted alterations in a commercial lease?

I am a small business owner looking to rent a commercial space for the first time. I am considering signing a commercial lease and want to know what kind of alterations are allowed in the agreement. I would like to avoid any potential legal issues or disputes in the future by clarifying what is permitted before signing the lease.

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Real Estate

Florida

Answered 445 days ago

Moss S.

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Usually permitted alterations are cosmetic, and non-structural in nature. Often times the Landlord will require the Tenant to submit plans, or in the alternative the lease will describe the fit and finish that would be allowed.

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