The information that must be included in a commercial lease varies according to state rules. This section lists all the information that should be processed in a commercial lease agreement in the State of California: the landlord represents a part of the building that is called – During the duration of this rent, the tenant has non-exclusive use of the non-exclusive use of non-exclusive common parking spaces, entrances and footpaths , subject to rules and rules of use, as prescribed from time to time by the owner. The landlord reserves the right to designate a car park inside or near the building suitable for tenants and tenants` representatives and employees. The tenant must make available to the owner a list of all the license numbers for the tenant`s vehicles, his representatives and collaborators. Separate parking spaces, if any, around the building are reserved for building tenants who rent such parking fees. Tenants rent through this tenancy by the landlord – The tenant has a monthly rent of — the tenant has a monthly rent of — the tenant has a monthly rent of `pay` each month without request at the time of payment of other monthly rents, in addition to these other rents. If the tenant violates the tenancy agreement, if he does not pay rent or declares the bankruptcy filing, the landlord can recover the apartment. The lessor may claim damages up to the amount of unpaid rent under the California Civil Code, Section 1951.2, or other damages, including legal fees. It is important that commercial leases are established in the most detailed way possible. In the case of an appeal, issues that are not explained in the commercial lease are interpreted. The landlord and tenant`s property rights and rights that are not expressly included in the commercial tenancy agreement are deliberately omitted.

Under the California Civil Code 1671, the victim is authorized to claim liquidated damages in the event of a breach of contract.