Save time and money with these Commercial Lease Forms templates for Connecticut landlords and leasing managers.

Commercial tenants in Connecticut have few of the legal rights that residential tenants have. However, if conditions in the property are really bad or if the building is destroyed or damaged badly enough that it's unfit for occupancy, the tenant has the right to get out of the lease. If the landlord fails to provide an essential service that is covered in the lease, this is a violation that can result in a criminal charge.

A typical office lease will be a triple net lease, under which the tenant pays for everything except structural repairs. So any costs incurred by the landlord in connection with the space or the building (including common area maintenance costs, insurance and taxes) will be passed through to the tenant.

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Connecticut Commercial Lease Agreement

Connecticut commercial landlords, rent office, retail shopping or other business premises to a tenant with this comprehensive Commercial Lease Agreement.
  • The tenant has an option to renew the lease at the end of the term.
  • Optional clauses for payment of the property taxes by either the landlord or the tenant, as agreed to between the parties.
  • The tenant is responsible for carrying comprehensive public liability, fire and extended coverage insurance.

Connecticut Commercial Triple Net Lease Agreement

Lease office, retail or other business premises to a tenant with this Connecticut 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 .....

Connecticut Guaranty of Commercial Lease

If you lease commercial space to business tenants in Connecticut, you should always have this Guaranty form signed at the same time as the lease.

  • The Guaranty is unconditional and continuing.
  • A director, shareholder, partner, or proprietor must sign as the guarantor.
  • The execution and delivery of the Guaranty is a condition of the lease.
  • The guarantor's obligation to pay the rent and perform the tenant's obligations under the lease will not be affe.....

Connecticut Lease Proposal for a Commercial Premises

Submit an offer to lease business or retail space in Connecticut with this fully editable Lease Proposal for Commercial Premises.

The Lease Proposal form sets out information about the offeror (tenant) and an overview of the lease, including:
  • corporate history of the prospective tenant,
  • credit references,
  • provisions of the lease to be negotiated by the parties,
  • the extent of tenant improvements required to convert the space for the tenant's use,

Connecticut Mutual Cancellation of Commercial Lease

Cancel a business lease of office or retail space with this Connecticut Mutual Cancellation of Commercial Lease template.

  • This agreement is for commercial tenants only. You need a different form for residential rental properties.
  • Both the lessor and lessee mutually agree to terminate the lease as of a specific date.
  • The cancellation of the lease extinguishes all the rights and obligations of the parti.....

Connecticut Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease

Renew and extend a business tenant's lease with this downloadable Connecticut Renewal and Extension of Commercial Lease form.

  • The lease is renewed for an additional period (which can be a full lease term or whatever period of time the landlord and tenant agree to).
  • The tenant has no further right to extend or renew the lease.
  • The new rental amount for the extended term is set out.
  • The remaining terms and provisions of the original lease remain in.....

Connecticut Sublease Agreement (Commercial)

Sublet all or part of your business space to a subtenant with this Connecticut Commercial Sublease Agreement.

  • This sublease template can be used for office, retail, warehouse or other business premises.
  • The subtenant must pay a security deposit and the monthly rent to the principal tenant, who in turn pays the landlord.
  • The principal tenant must still perform its obligations under the head lease.
  • The principal tenant assigns its interest in th.....