The offer to lease is a contract to be concluded between a landlord (the lessor), and a prospective tenant (the lessee) who is interested in renting a space for professional, commercial or industrial purposes.
The offer to lease is not subject to the rules pertaining to residential tenancies.
It is therefore essential that the landlord and the future tenant discuss and agree on each of the provisions of the offer that will bind them, as it will be the only document evidencing their agreement until the lease agreement is signed.
The offer to lease must be explicit on:
The rent related matters;
The description of the leased premises;
The intended use for the leased premises;
The renewal options.
The offer to lease available on this website is a document that provides the main clauses listed in the "Summary" tab.
It is also a document that will meet your needs for relatively simple lease offers. For offers to lease whereof conditions are more complex, please contact .
Summary of clauses provided in the commercial offer to lease.
Identification of the parties
Description of the leased premises
Reimbursement of taxes paid by the Lessor on behalf of the Offeror
Electricity consumption, heating and maintenance of systems