Colorado Commercial Lease Agreement Template

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Updated February 20, 2023

A Colorado commercial lease agreement is used to outline the terms and conditions between a landlord and a business tenant. The written document becomes a legally binding contract once signed by both parties. This means that all the agreed-upon terms of the lease—such as duration, rent, security deposit, and late fees—must be abided, or either party in breach of the contract can be held liable in a court of law. Since commercial leases are not regulated by state law in Colorado and tend to have a much longer duration than residential leases, it is recommended that the tenant do their due diligence in vetting the property and the provisions of the contract before signing it.

Laws Title 4, Article 2.5: Colorado Revised Statutes

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