The property leased as a commercial space must be documented for the purposes of this letter. Article “III. Address Of Premises” provides space for this purpose and, by its wording, the text allows it to express itself properly. So look for the line between the bold “Address Of Premises” phrase and the parent sign “The Premises.” Keep in mind the section of this article that is marked by the term “Additional Description.” This line accepts content that helps to better identify the property. For example, structures such as billboards, gas pumps or outdoor seats should be flagged when they are on the land for rent. The next theme will be renewal. In “IX. Renewal of lease,” one of the two control boxes must be selected to inform the potential tenant of the appropriateness or not of an extension of the rental conditions. If the tenant has the option to renew the rental agreement, check the first order from the inbox and indicate the renewal period number on the first empty line. If you have selected the first quince box and established the number of periods with which the tenant can renew the tenancy agreement, you must also record the number of “days before” until the successful termination of the lease if a notice from the tenant on this subject is to be received by the landlord.
The content of this communication is likely to satisfy the tenant`s intentions to continue or terminate the lease. If the tenant is not allowed to extend the tenancy conditions and evacuates the premises after his termination, mark the second box “The tenant cannot extend… The commercial lease under discussion will focus on the theme of “expenses.” The seventh article will require a report on the additional financial needs of commercial property during the effectiveness of the lease. The first sentence of empty lines in this article is a transcript of “… Monthly expenses are borne by the tenant in addition to the rent. Of course, some additional tasks must be taken on to obtain a residence once the rent is paid. In “VI. Ausgabens,” this letter must indicate which party is responsible for the additional “expenses” (i.e. utility companies). The first set of lines should be filled with a list of utilities and additional costs to be incurred by the tenant when renting the property. The second sentence of empty lines in “VI. Expenses” should bear a list of material costs that the lessor must maintain during the lease for the tenant.
How the lease is terminated should be determined before the deadline expires. As a general rule, this will be covered in the rental agreement, so you will find this information then your attention on the article entitled “XIV.