Connecticut Commercial Lease Agreement
The Connecticut Commercial Lease Agreement is a contract that holds all the specifics of an agreement between a property owner (landlord) and the business owner (tenant) that will be using the property as their place of business or another company-related use. Connecticut lease laws offer far fewer protections for commercial tenants, as it is presumed that those purchasing and selling commercial property “know what they’re doing” and are less likely to be duped or scammed in a contract. Once the form is signed, it will be binding to all parties involved. A recommended step for commercial tenants is to have the agreement reviewed by a licensed attorney to ensure it doesn’t contain hidden language or poorly designed conditions.
Commercial Lease Laws: § 47a-4b