Alberta Commercial Leases
Prepare professional commercial leasing documents for Alberta business premises quickly and easily with these template forms.
Lease forms and commercial landlord-tenant forms specifically for the Province of Alberta.
Customizable and re-usable templates that can be used by landlords and rental property managers.
Downloadable and easy to use.
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Transfer an existing lease to a new owner of the property with this Alberta Assignment of Lease by Landlord form.
The Assignment is between the seller (current landlord), the purchaser of the property (new landlord), and the tenant, and is part of the documentation required to complete the sale of the rental premises.
The tenant covenants to pay rent to the new landlord and continue to perform the tenant's obligations under the lease.
The purchaser and seller agree to indemnify each other against any claims or actions arising out of any breach of the terms of the assignment.
The Assignment form can be used for both commercial and residential rental properties.
Alberta Assignment of Lease by Landlord form
is available as a MS Word download.
Do you have a business tenant who wants to extend its lease? Use this Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease form for the Province of Alberta.
The landlord and tenant both agree to the new lease period and what the lease costs will be for the new term.
The tenant has no further right to extend or renew the lease.
The remaining terms and provisions of the original lease remain in full force and effect.
This form is for commercial leases only. Use the
Extension of Residential Lease form for residential tenancies. Get the Alberta Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease template and use it for all your business tenants.
Rent a business premises in Alberta to a tenant with this Commercial Triple Net Lease Agreement.
This lease is a triple net lease to the landlord, and the tenant agrees to pay for all costs with respect to the premises including structural repairs.
The tenant has an option to renew the lease for an additional term.
The tenant will pay all expenses, taxes, levies, and charges with respect to the premises, except for the landlord's income taxes.
The tenant is responsible for carrying fire and extended coverage insurance.
The tenant is responsible for all alterations, improvements, maintenance and repairs.
Procedures in the event of damage, destruction, or condemnation of the building.
Subordination of the lease to a mortgage or other lien.
The tenant must provide an estoppel certificate on request by the landlord.
If the tenant holds over (i.e. stays in the premises) after the lease term expires, the tenancy reverts to a monthly tenancy.
Alberta Commercial Triple Net Lease Agreement
template is fully editable to fit your needs, and can be used for office or retail space.
Cancel an existing lease on office or retail space with this Alberta Mutual Cancellation of Lease template.
This agreement is only for commercial tenancies. You will need to use
a different form for residential tenants. The lessor (landlord) and lessee (tenant) mutually agree that the lease will terminate as of a specific date.
All rights and obligations of the parties under the lease are extinguished, except for those which accrue prior to the termination date.
Alberta Mutual Cancellation of Commercial Lease
template is downloadable and fully editable to fit your needs.
Let your business tenants know that their leases have been transferred to a new owner of the building with this Alberta Notice to Tenants of Assignment of Commercial Lease.
The landlord of the building must give notice to all the leasehold tenants following the sale of the premises.
The Notice also instructs the tenants that rent is now to be paid to the new landlord.
This form can be saved as a template and re-used as often as you require.
Alberta Notice to Tenants of Assignment of Commercial Lease
is fully editable and can be filled in by hand or on the computer.
Write up an Offer to Lease a commercial premises (business, retail, office or warehouse) with this easy-to-use template for Alberta properties.
Once accepted, the Offer will become legally binding.
The lease will be a completely net and carefree lease to the landlord.
The tenant will pay utilities, and a proportionate share of taxes and operating costs as additional rent.
The tenant will also be responsible for all repairs (other than structural repairs), and carrying public liability insurance.
The landlord will pay the tenant an improvement allowance for leasehold improvements.
The template includes a Schedule describing Landlord's Work and Tenant's Work.
Alberta Offer to Lease Commercial Premises
is a fully customizable legal form template.