Secure your commercial space with confidence

Renting commercial space requires a contract that protects both the landlord and the commercial tenant. Whether you’re setting up a store, office or other type of space for your business, here’s how we can help:


  • For an entrepreneur looking to lease boutique space in a shopping center, we’ll make sure the lease reflects the right terms for rent increases and use of the space.
  • For landlords, we’ll help you create a lease that protects your interests, such as maintenance responsibilities and lease renewal conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

The main difference lies in the use of the premises: a residential lease is for residential purposes, while a commercial lease is for the exercise of a professional activity. Regulations also differ: commercial leases offer greater flexibility in negotiating terms and conditions, while residential leases are strictly regulated by law to protect the right to housing.

Early termination of a commercial lease depends on the specific clauses included in the contract. It is possible to negotiate an early termination clause when signing the lease, or to come to an amicable agreement with the landlord to break the contract. In the absence of agreement, termination may entail penalties or the obligation to pay rent until the end of the agreed term, unless a new party takes over the lease.

It’s important to negotiate clauses such as the lease term, renewal conditions, rent increase terms, maintenance and repair responsibilities, as well as sublease or assignment conditions. It’s also a good idea to discuss early termination clauses and payment guarantees.

Rent increases in a commercial lease must be clearly defined in the contract. They can be set as an annual percentage, indexed to an economic index, or negotiated at specific points in the lease. It’s crucial that the terms of the increase are transparent to avoid future disputes.

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