The Hawaii commercial lease agreement tabulates the classifying elements surrounding the rental of a piece of commercial real estate to an individual or entity to utilize for business purposes. Registering the information to form further solidifies the agreement to resolve any issues that could arise from a misunderstanding of a less formal verbal contract. Initially, the participating parties may want to discuss their wants and needs regarding the lease and negotiate to come to a mutual accord. The agreement serves to provide the identification of the lessor and lessee, property information, responsibility of utilities, lease type, term, and payment schedule. Once the contents of the document have been agreed upon, the landlord and tenant can affix their signatures in the presence of a witness or licensed notary official. It may be an intelligent decision for either party to have a lawyer view the agreement materials before signing to analyze before making a casual decision to execute.