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    Ontario Commercial Net Lease Agreement with Guarantee


    Ontario commercial landlords, prepare lease contracts for your tenants with this Commercial Lease Agreement with Guarantee.

    • The lease is a completely carefree net lease for the landlord.
    • The tenant pays, as additional rent, all expenses for the premises including taxes, utilities, capital expenditures, insurance, etc.
    • Provisions for early occupancy and for failure to take possession.
    • The tenant has an option to renew at the end of the term.
    • The tenant is obligated to do business in the premises.
    • The tenant has the right to remove its trade fixtures at the end of the term, provided that the tenant has perfomed its obligations under the lease.
    • Guarantee of tenant's obligations by a guarantor who has a financial interest in the tenant.
    The Ontario Commercial Net Lease with Guarantee template is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your specific circumstances.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 14-April-2016
    SKU: 4926
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    Ontario Standard Form Commercial Lease


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

    • Renewal. The tenant has the option to renew the lease after the initial term expires.
    • Repairs. 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.
    • Taxes. 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.
    • Registration of Caveat. The tenant agrees not to register its leasehold interest 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.
    • Liability; Indemnification. 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 Ontario Standard Form Commercial Lease Agreement is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your needs.