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    California Commercial Triple Net Lease Agreement

    $29.99

    Lease office, retail or other business premises to a tenant with this California Commercial Triple Net Lease Agreement.

    • Triple Net Lease. A triple net lease means that the lessee covers all costs and expenses to do with the premises including structural repairs.
    • Renewal. The lessee has an option to renew the lease for an additional term.
    • Taxes and Charges. The lessee will pay all expenses, taxes, levies, and charges with respect to the premises, all utilities and services, and operating expenses for its business.
    • Insurance. The lessee is responsible for carrying fire, extended coverage, and liability insurance.
    • Alterations and Repairs. The lessee is responsible for all alterations, improvements, maintenance and repairs.
    • Damage or Destruction. Clauses outlining abatement of rent or termination of the lease the event of damage, destruction, or condemnation of the building.
    • Subordination. The lessee agrees to sign a subordination agreement or other documents necessary to subordinate the lease to a mortgage or other charge, if required by the lessor.
    • Additional Rent. Optional clause for percentage rent to be paid in addition to the base rent, if applicable.
    This California Commercial Triple Net Lease Agreement template is available in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your needs.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    SKU: 5790
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    California Guarantee of Commercial Lease

    $17.99

    Secure the obligations of a corporate lessee (tenant) with this California Guarantee of Commercial Lease.

    • The Guarantee is absolute, unconditional and continuing.
    • The Guarantee is given by a principal of the lessee, such as a shareholder, partner, sole proprietor or some other person with a financial interest in the tenant's business.
    • The guarantee is intended to be an inducement to the lessor (landlord) to sign the lease.
    • The guarantor guarantees payment of all rent and other amounts due under the lease, including the payment of legal fees incurred by the lessor in enforcing the terms of the lease.

    This Guarantee of Commercial Lease should be part of your lease paperwork for every business tenant. If you haven't already done so, get your copy now.