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    New Brunswick Standard Form Commercial Lease


    Rent out office or retail business premises in New Brunswick to a tenant with this Standard Form Commercial Lease Agreement.

    • The tenant has the option to renew the lease after the initial term expires.
    • The lease template contains alternate paragraphs depending on whether the landlord is responsible for mechanical and structural repairs, or if the tenant is responsible for all repairs.
    • The lease also contains alternate paragraphs for payment of the property taxes, depending on whether the landlord or the tenant will be paying the taxes.
    • The tenant agrees not to register the lease against title to the property, but has the right to register a caveat so long as the tenant discharges the caveat at the end of the lease.
    • The landlord is not responsible for death or injury to persons on the premises, or for any loss or damage of personal property. The tenant indemnifies the landlord against any claims or actions arising from the lease or the tenant's use of the premises.
    • This is a Canadian legal document which is intended for use in the Province of New Brunswick.
    • Available as a downloadable MS Word form.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 29-April-2022
    SKU: 8004
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    Canada Letter of Intent to Purchase Commercial Real Estate Property


    Get the ball rolling on a purchase of commercial real estate in Canada with this template Letter of Intent.

    • Signing a letter of intent signals to lenders and contractors that you plan to proceed with the purchase and helps you get an early start on site development, construction and financing before signing the formal purchase and sale contract.
    • The Letter of Intent summarizes the discussions between the parties to date.
    • The vendor will provide the purchaser with all documentation relating to the property and any leasehold tenants early enough to allow the purchaser a chance to review it prior to the closing.
    • The purchaser must be satisfied with the document review and the inspection of the property, and must also be able to secure sufficient financing before the transaction can close.
    • You can use the LOI template in any Canadian province or territory.

    Purchase and download the Letter of Intent form, and you can quickly and easily customize it with the details of your real estate purchase.