☐ XII. No goods can be stored in the denied premises, except the merchandise that the tenant normally sells in, in or from the denied premises. A commercial tenancy agreement is a formal document between a landlord and a tenant to rent commercial real estate. If the tenant plans to operate a store on the landlord`s site, this agreement allows both parties to formalize the lease and their relationship through a legally recognized document. ☐ XIV The lessor has the right to prohibit the continuation of the tenant`s use of unfair or unfair business practices, advertisements or interior fittings if, according to the owner, the owner`s continued use would damage the property`s reputation as a first-class establishment or does not conform to its general character and, after notification from the lessor , will abstain or cease these activities immediately. H) Full agreement. This agreement contains a full expression of the agreement between the parties and there are no commitments, assurances or incentives, unless provided for. A modified gross lease is a hybrid between a gross lease and a net lease. In a modified gross tenancy agreement, operating costs are negotiated and divided between the landlord and the tenant. Typically, the tenant is responsible for the basic rent and the CAM, and the landlord is responsible for property taxes and non-life insurance. Sometimes the tenant does not pay the basic rent until the beginning of the lease and then starts paying part of the operating costs later in the lease. B) Risk and loss of the tenant`s personal property. All of the tenant`s personal property, which can be found at any time in the denied premises, is done solely at the tenant`s risk or at the risk of need.
The lessor is not liable for damage to this property or for loss of activity of the tenant that may be caused by water from any source, including bursting, overflowing or spilling pipes or steam or heating or sanitation, or electrical wires, gas or odour or leakage from the fire protection system. C) Kidnapping and restoration. All property that has not been withdrawn at the end of the period is considered abandoned by the tenant and may be withheld or discarded by the landlord. The tenant shall not withdraw leasehold improvements or non-commercial facilities and, at the end of the tenancy agreement established by this contract, he cannot remove the denied premises in the state in which the denied premises were to be on the opening date, except for normal wear and tear and damage caused by the fire or other insured victims. A commercial lease is a lease agreement used for the lease of a commercial property. Completing a commercial tenancy form gives the tenant the legal right to use the property to operate any type of business for an agreed rent payment. C) Landlord`s insurance. The lessor must retain the property (but not their contents, personal property, or commercial or commercial property of the tenant) insured against losses or damage caused by fire and other hazards, which are normally covered by standard insurance at all risks.
The landlord may also maintain public liability, property damage, loss of rent and other coverage related to the building, as the landlord deems appropriate. B) Subordination. The tenant undertakes, at the request of the lessor, to subordinate this contract to any mortgage placed on the denied premises or on the property or on one or more of them by the lessor, provided that the holder of such a mortgage enters into a contract with the tenant, which is mandatory for the successors and parties to the assignment of the parties by which the holder undertakes not to disturb the property. , peaceful and peaceful enjoyment and other rights of the tenant under this agreement.