A Utah commercial lease agreement is a legally binding contract between a landlord, the property owner, and a tenant, who is a business entity. In this agreement, the landlord consents to lease out commercial space, such as an office, retail, or warehouse property, in return for monthly rent. This contract lays out the specific terms and conditions governing the rental of the commercial property.
Utah Business Entity Search: To increase confidence in the tenant’s reliability, landlords should confirm the tenant’s business license using the webpage provided by the Secretary of the State.
Rental Laws: Title 70A, Chapter 2A: Utah Uniform Commercial Code.
Consumer Protection Laws: Utah Code § 70A-2a-104.
Jurisdiction: According to Utah Code § 70A-2a-106, If a lease agreement specifies laws from a jurisdiction that differs from the lessee’s place of residence, those laws cannot be enforced.