Do you have spare desks or office space to rent? Would you like extra income from letting to help pay the office bills?
Then why not lease part of your office space using our "Download Now" Sharing Office Space Rental Agreement?
Sharing office space can be a cost-effective way of obtaining office space without having to get into a commercial lease for a whole office. There can also be benefits in sharing office space with the right, non-competing business, who can provide your business with feedback and opinions close at hand.
Drafted by solicitors for straightforward completion, this Sharing Office Space Rental Agreement is available to download instantly.
Plus it shows clearly what to fill in and where.
In Word format this Sharing Office Space Rental Agreement covers:
Basic terms of the agreement
- Rental payments
- The deposit
- The term of the lease, as agreed by you and the licensee
- Access to the premises
- Designated hours of the office
- The designated space of the office being leased and the number of persons who use it
- Non-disclosure of each other's business activities
Obligations of the licensor
- Provision of internet connection and telephone lines
- Provision of desks and chairs
- Provision and access to shared facilities (e.g. toilets, tea and coffee making facilities)
- Cleaning of the office space
- Liability - the licensor not to be liable for the death of, or injury to the licensee or their employees and customers
Obligations of the licensee
- Paying the rent on a regular basis, plus a fair and reasonable proportion of all rates and outgoings
- Keeping the office space clean and tidy
- Not damaging or rearranging the furniture in the office space
- Not to breach the terms of the insurance, etc.
- Paying the licensor on demand all costs and expenses of professional advisers and agents incurred in connection with the negotiation and completion of this agreement
And much more...
Get your sharing of office space in writing in one easy step!
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