Leasing business premises should never be done without consulting with your lawyers & solicitors, otherwise you could end up paying a lot more than you need. Professional legal help to go through the lease contract will ensure that all is above board and the landlord is not trying to pass some of his costs on to you. Sadly, not everyone is honest and some people maintain that it is up to the lessee to read the contract if they don’t want to be caught. And that is true to a great extent.
Here are 9 points to consider when leasing business premises.
Rent is usually set by the measurement of the area. You need to know if the wall thicknesses, restrooms, elevators and other common areas are included in the price.