Yes, a commercial lease is a legally binding contract between a commercial landlord and a commercial tenant. As such, this means that there are certain rights and obligations that both parties have. Not abiding by the terms of the commercial lease will result in consequences like a breach of contract. In light of this, it’s a good idea to speak to a commercial lease solicitor before signing or entering into a commercial lease agreement. This will give you peace of mind that there are no hidden surprises and that you aren’t agreeing to terms that will negatively affect you later down the line. A commercial lease solicitor will ensure that the contract is fair and in the best interests of both parties involved.

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