Ohio Commercial Lease Agreement

The Ohio Commercial Lease Agreement is a fundamental contract that is signed between two parties, being the owner/landlord of a rental property and the business-owning tenant that will be working out of it. A few of the conditions found within the document consist of:

  • Length of the Lease (term)
  • Monthly Rent
  • Security Deposit
  • Expenses (Triple Net, Gross, or Modified Gross)

For business tenants signing a commercial lease for the first time, it is highly recommended they request the help of a licensed Commercial Realtor to ensure the contract covers their needs and does not contain conditions that could prove costly further down the road.

Commercial Lease Laws – §§ 1310.01 to 1310.99

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