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Commercial tenancy law

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Renting commercial space is often associated with a number of risks. Therefore, before signing a lease contract, a detailed examination should be carried out. Anyone who wants to rent a commercial property usually has a long-term perspective in mind and accordingly needs security when renting commercial space.

We advise you on all issues relating to the preparation of the contract, the preliminary contract and the conclusion of the contract and provide you with competent support when issues such as subletting, change of parties, purpose of use, duty to operate or protection against competition need to be regulated within the framework of the commercial lease. We are also your contact for issues relating to the extension of the contract, rent increases, service charge settlements or deposits and guarantees.

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The most important information on commercial tenancy law

In contrast to residential tenancy law, the tenant of a commercial property is less protected and has fewer rights. For example, provisions of the German Civil Code (BGB) for residential premises regarding the setting of the rent do not apply to tenancies of commercial premises. The protection against eviction under residential tenancy law is also not transferable to commercial tenancy law.

Since most of the protective provisions for tenants of residential premises do not apply to the rental of commercial premises, the contractual design of a commercial lease agreement is particularly important for the tenant in order to establish sufficient safeguards for the rental here.

What to bear in mind when signing a commercial lease agreement