Nevada Commercial Lease Agreement


The Nevada Commercial Lease Agreement contains a set of conditions mandating the responsibilities and rules that two (2) parties, making up a landlord and tenant(s), are required to follow for the agreed-upon duration of the renting of a property that will be used for business means. In 2011, Nevada enacted Ch. 118C, which established the fundamental rights and requirements of both the commercial landlord and tenant. Even with laws in place designed to protect the parties involved, negotiation remains an integral component of the commercial leasing process; before signatures are written on the agreement, the parties should have thoroughly discussed the terms of the contract and made changes as necessary.

Nevada Commercial Lease Law – NRS 118C §§ .010 to .230