The South Carolina commercial lease agreement is deployed when a business enterprise seeks to rent a property for the objective of housing their company’s operations. When a business owner finds a commercial property that is available for rent, they will typically contact the landlord or their agent in order to negotiate the terms of the contract. Terms that should be settled upon prior to signing a lease include the amount of the monthly fees, the timespan of the occupancy, and whether or not there is an option to renew the agreement. If the parties can agree to how the tenancy will be carried out, they can record the details within the form and endorse it while being monitored by a notary public (to authenticate the document).
Lessee’s Obligations as to Use and Maintenance; Lessor’s Right to Inspect – § 27-35-75