By: Chase Howard
Commercial leases are arguably the most one-sided contracts you could enter into while doing business. Most, if not all, commercial property owners and landlords will shift all of the liability of the premises onto the tenant. This includes maintenance, repair and replacement of structural components, roofs, wiring, plumbing, and even store fronts and sidewalks.
While a majority of the terms in a lease are “non-negotiable” there are a number that landlords can reasonably agree to change.Continue reading