Industrial Lease Agreement (Pro-Landlord) (California)This Industrial Lease Agreement may be used in California for the lease of pre-existing industrial or warehouse space that does not require significant work prior to occupancy by the tenant.
This Industrial Lease Agreement may be used in California for the lease of pre-existing industrial or warehouse space that does not require significant work prior to occupancy by the tenant.
This document can be used for light manufacturing, assembly, distribution, and/or warehousing use. The lease is a triple-net lease, and the tenant is responsible for all expenses that are incurred with respect to the leased premises (e.g., maintenance, repairs, utilities, taxes, insurance, garbage removal, assessments, etc.) other than capital improvements. If the building has multiple tenants, this document should be modified to address shared spaces, the allocation of common expenses, and liability for damages to the leased premises.
Lease agreements are generally subject to a significant degree of variation based on the specific nature of the premises and their use, as well as the commercial relationship and relative power between the landlord and the lessee. The options contained in this agreement may not cover all this variation, and so this agreement should be modified accordingly. This document is drafted to favor the landlord, but contains tenant-favorable options. Finally, should not be used when significant construction work is required to make the leased premises suitable for the tenant's intended use.
What does this Industrial Lease Agreement cover?
Repairs and Maintenance.
Utilities and Garbage Removal.
Insurance and Indemnity.
Lease Default and Termination.
Damage or Destruction of Premises.
Inspection by Landlord.
This Agreement also covers a range of other matters fundamental to a lease.
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