A New Hampshire commercial lease agreement is a legal document solidifying a landlord-tenant arrangement so the landlord can rent commercial property to the tenant. The tenant gets to conduct business within legal limits, and the landlord can earn profits via the rental revenue they receive.
This contract includes provisions for exclusivity, subleasing, late payments, monthly payments, landlord access, and damages to the premises. Both parties will participate in the negotiation process to protect their respective interests and rights.
New Hampshire Business Entity Search: Before signing an agreement with a tenant, a landlord should use this tool to confirm a company’s right to do business in the state.
Consumer Protection Laws: NH Rev. Stat. § 382-A:2A-104.
Jurisdiction: According to NH Rev. Stat. § 382-A:2A-106, the jurisdiction the parties choose must be one in which the lessee resides at the time the lease agreement becomes valid (or within 30 days of this date) or one in which the goods are to be used. Any other choice won’t be enforceable.