The Texas commercial lease agreement is a highly favorable document to fulfill when renting a property that’s purpose is to accommodate a business pursuit, e.g. retail, office, restaurant, and so on. Before executing such a contract, the parties (or their representatives) should have a discussion regarding the terms of the agreement. If the lessor and lessee can come to an accord on how the tenancy will transpire, they can move forward with the completion of the document, registering the details within the corresponding fields and following up with signatures. Bear in mind that the agreement is equipped with 2 notary sections (1 for the lessor and another for the lessee), so it is important that you hold off on signing until you are in the presence of an official who retains notarial powers.
Commercial Lease Agreement (Form 2101) – PDF
Commercial Lease Application (Form 2120) – PDF