New Jersey Commercial Lease Agreement

The New Jersey Commercial Lease Agreement provides landlords with legally-binding documentation of an agreement in which a property under their ownership or management will be leased to a tenant who will be running a business (or part of thereof) in exchange for constant, agreed upon monthly payments. Other than describing any non-obvious defects on the property, the landlord is not required to disclose any information. Because of this, tenants looking to enter into a commercial lease in New Jersey should expect to deliberate with the landlord regarding any conditions they feel they should be altered.