Massachusetts Commercial Lease Agreement Form

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This “Lease” is made this day of , , by and between

, a(n) [describe entity]

(“Landlord”) and , a(n)

[describe entity] (“Tenant”). Pursuant to the terms of this Lease, Landlord agrees to lease the Premises (hereinafter

defined) to Tenant and Tenant agrees to lease the Premises from Landlord on the terms set forth.

1. Premises. The “Premises” shall mean

, including the right to use the

hallways, stairs, and elevators, for access to and egress from said Premises and nearest rest rooms, in common with all


2. Term. The “Term” of this Lease shall be for the period of [insert

# of months or years], commencing on , (the “Commencement Date”) and

ending on , (the “Termination Date”).

3. Rent. The “Rent” for the Premises for the Term of the Lease is

dollars ($ ), payable in monthly installments

of dollars

($ ) which is due, in advance, on the day of each calendar month. Rent shall be paid to

. In addition, Rent that is not received by Landlord

within fourteen (14) days of the due date shall accrue interest at the rate of one and one half percent (1ó%) per month for

each month, or part thereof, that Rent remains unpaid from the due date. Tenant’s agreement to pay Rent is independent of

every other agreement in this Lease.

Adjustments To Rent. Tenant agrees to pay a Pro Rata Share, as defined below, of the amount, if any, by which the

Landlord’s Expenses, as defined below, for each calendar year during the Term increases above the expenses for the Base

Year, as defined below, (“Expense Increase”) plus the amount, if any, by which Taxes, as defined below, for each calendar

year during the Term exceeds the Taxes for the Base Year (“Tax Increase”). If the Expenses or Taxes in any calendar year

decrease below the amount for the Base Year, Tenant’s Pro Rata Share of Expenses or Taxes, as the case may be, for that

calendar year shall be $0. Landlord shall provide Tenant with an estimate of the Expense Increase and of the Tax Increase

for each calendar year during the Term in good faith. On the date Rent is due each month, Tenant shall pay Landlord a

monthly installment equal to one-twelfth of Tenant’s Pro Rata Share of Landlord’s estimate of both the Expense Increase

and Tax Increase. If Landlord does not provide Tenant with an estimate of the Expense Increase or the Tax Increase by the

end of the first business day of a calendar year, Tenant shall continue to pay monthly installments based on the previous

year’s estimate(s) until Landlord provides Tenant with the new estimate. As soon as practicable after the end of a calendar

year, Landlord shall furnish Tenant with a statement of the actual Expenses and Expense Increase and the actual Taxes and

Tax Increase for the prior calendar year. Landlord shall apply any overpayment by Tenant against Rent due or next

becoming due, provided if the Term expires before the determination of the overpayment, Landlord shall refund any

overpayment to Tenant after first deducting the amount of Rent due. If the estimated Expense Increase or estimated Tax

Increase for the prior calendar year is less than the actual Expense Increase or actual Tax Increase, as the case may be, for

such prior year, Tenant shall pay Landlord, within thirty (30) days after its receipt of the statement of Expenses or Taxes,

any underpayment for the prior calendar year.

Within one hundred eighty (180) days after receiving Landlord’s statement of Expenses, Tenant may give Landlord written

notice that Tenant intends to review Landlord’s records of the Expenses for the calendar year to which the statement

applies. Landlord shall make available all relevant records that are reasonably necessary for Tenant’s review, within a

reasonable time. Tenant shall be solely responsible for all costs, expenses and fees for the review. Within ninety (90) days

after the records are made available to Tenant, Tenant shall have the right to give Landlord written notice identifying

each objection to Landlord’s statement of Expenses. If Tenant fails to give Landlord such notice of objection within the

ninety (90) day period or fails to provide Landlord with a notice, exercising Tenant’s right to review within the one hundred

eighty (180) day period, Tenant shall be deemed to have approved and accepted Landlord’s statement of Expenses and

waives any objection to the Expenses for that year. Tenant shall have no right to review Landlord’s records or to object to

any statement of Expenses if any Rent is overdue on the date of Tenant’s request or on the date of Tenant’s objection.

“Expenses” – means all costs incurred in each calendar year in connection with operation, repairing, maintenance and

management of the structure and the land on which the Premises is located, but not limited to: (a) labor costs, including

wages, salaries, bonuses, taxes, insurance, uniforms, training, retirement plans and employee benefits; (b) management fees

and the cost of operating a management office; (c) cost of services; (d) rental and purchase cost for tools, equipment, parts

and supplies; (e) accounting costs; (f) insurance premiums and deductibles; (g) utility costs; and (h) the amortized cost of

capital improvements.

Pro Rata Share”- means the percentage of the total that is determined by dividing the rentable square feet of the Tenant’s

Premises by the total rentable square feet in the structure in which the Premises is located. For purposes of this calculation

all parties agree that the rentable square feet of the Premises is sq. ft. and that the total rentable square feet of the

structure in which the Premises is located is sq. ft. For purposes of this calculation the Taxes and Expenses are

to be calculated as though the structure is fully occupied.

“Taxes” – means (a) all real property taxes on the land and structure in which the Premises is located; (b) all excise and

personal property taxes for property that is owned by Landlord and used in connection with the operation, maintenance and

repair of the land and structure in which the Premises is located; and (c) all costs and fees incurred in connection with any

effort to reduce tax liabilities, including any costs incurred by Landlord to review, comply with or appeal tax liabilities.

Tenant shall pay Landlord the amount of Tenant’s Pro Rata Share of any such increase in the Tax Excess within thirty (30)

days after Tenant’s receipt of a statement from Landlord.

“Base Year” – with regard to Expenses means the calendar year immediately preceding the Commencement Date; and with

regard to Taxes means the fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) immediately preceding the Commencement Date.

4. Utilities / Cleaning. Tenant agrees to pay, as they become due, the charge for electricity, water and other utilities

furnished to the Premises that are separately metered, including fuel for heat and electricity for air conditioning. Except as

provided above, the Landlord shall supply hot and cold water, heating, ventilating and air conditioning (“HVAC”) service

to the Premises and to the common hallways, stairways, elevators and restrooms during normal business hours. The Tenant

shall have the right to receive HVAC service during hours other than normal business hours, at Tenant’s sole expense,

provided that reasonable advance notice, as specified by Landlord, has been given. The Landlord shall provide cleaning or

janitorial services according to the custom and practice for premises of similar type and size. The Landlord shall have no

other obligation to provide any equipment or utilities within the Premises. No utilities for use within the Premises shall be

installed or connected by Tenant without written authorization from Landlord. The Landlord shall have no liability for

non-delivery or interruption of utilities to Tenant and Tenant shall have no right to abate Rent on account of same.

5. Condition and Possession. Landlord agrees to maintain the structure of any building of which the Premises is part in

the same condition as the structure is on the Commencement Date, excepting reasonable wear and tear and damage by fire

and other casualty. The Premises are accepted by Tenant in “as is” condition and without any other warranty or

representation from Landlord. The Landlord shall not be liable for any failure to deliver possession of the Premises or any

other space due to the holdover or unlawful possession of such space by any party. In such event, the Commencement Date

for such space shall be postponed until the date Landlord delivers possession of the Premises to Tenant free from

occupancy by any party. In the event that the Tenancy is interrupted or terminated as a result of Force Majeure or other act

beyond the control of the Landlord, as defined in paragraph 23, shall not render Landlord liable to Tenant, constitute a

constructive eviction of Tenant, give rise to an abatement of Rent, nor relieve Tenant from the obligation to fulfill any

covenant or agreement. Tenant agrees that Tenant shall have the duty to comply with the requirements of the Americans

With Disabilities Act (“ADA”) concerning use of the Premises and Tenant agrees to indemnify and defend Landlord with

regard to any claim alleging violation of the ADA or similar law or regulation.

6. Security Deposit. Tenant shall pay a “Security Deposit” to Landlord in the amount of

dollars ($ upon the execution


of this Lease. The Security Deposit shall be maintained by Landlord, without interest, as security for the performance of

Tenant’s obligations. The Security Deposit is not an advance payment of Rent nor a measure of damages. Landlord may

use or apply all or part of the Security Deposit to satisfy past due Rent or to cure any Default of Tenant. If Landlord uses or

applies any part of the Security Deposit, Tenant shall, upon demand, replenish the Security Deposit to its original amount,

within thirty (30) days. Landlord agrees to return any remaining balance of the Security Deposit to Tenant within forty-five

(45) days after: a) the date Tenant surrenders the Premises to Landlord; or b) final determination of the Rent due from

Tenant; whichever is later. Landlord shall not be required to hold the Security Deposit in a separate account.

7. Permitted Use. The Premises shall be used for


No other use of the Premises is permitted. Tenant shall not use the Premises in a manner that interferes with the quiet

enjoyment of any property or premises owned or occupied by any other person. Tenant shall comply with all statutes,

codes, ordinances, orders, rules and regulations of each municipal, state or other governmental entity (“Laws”), regarding

the conduct of Tenant’s business and the use, condition, maintenance and occupancy of the Premises. No oil or hazardous

material and no toxic material or substance, including any material or substance, defined or regulated by Massachusetts

General Laws Chapter 21E, Section 1 et seq., shall be brought to or permitted to remain at the Premises. Tenant shall not

make any use of the Premises that renders the Premises uninsurable or that materially increases the cost of insurance to

Landlord. The Tenant shall not make any improvement or structural change to the Premises or erect a sign without written

consent of the Landlord. Reasonable non-structural changes may be made within the Premises with prior authorization of

the Landlord and Landlord agrees that consent shall not be unreasonably delayed or withheld. At the Termination Date any

alterations or improvements made by the Tenant that remain at the Premises shall become the sole property of the

Landlord. Landlord may, by written notice to Tenant at least thirty (30) days prior to the Termination Date, require Tenant,

at Tenant’s sole expense, to remove any alteration or improvement installed by or for the benefit of Tenant.

8. Entry by Landlord. Landlord has the right to enter the Premises to inspect or show the Premises, to clean and make

repairs, improvements or additions and to perform maintenance, repairs, improvements or additions to any portion of the

structure in which the Premises is located. Landlord shall provide Tenant with reasonable prior verbal notice before entry,

except that notice is not required in case of emergency, as determined in Landlord’s sole discretion. Entry by Landlord shall

neither constitute a constructive eviction nor entitle Tenant to an abatement or reduction of Rent.

9. Assignment and Subletting. Tenant shall not assign, sublease, transfer or encumber any interest in this Lease or allow

any third party to use or occupy any portion of the Premises without the prior written consent of Landlord, which consent

shall not be unreasonably withheld. Within fourteen (14) business days after receipt of signed copies of any assignment,

sublease, transfer or encumbrance and any other information as the Landlord requests, Landlord shall either: a) consent to

the assignment, sublease, transfer or encumbrance by executing a consent agreement in a form satisfactory to Landlord; b)

refuse to consent to the Transfer; or (c) exercise its right to recapture any portion of the Premises that Tenant proposes to

assign, sublease, transfer or encumber. Tenant shall pay Landlord as additional rent fifty percent (50%) of all rent and other

consideration that Tenant receives as a result of any assignment, sublease, transfer or encumbrance that is in excess of the

Rent payable to Landlord for the relevant portion of the remaining Term. If Tenant is in default, Landlord may require that

all sublease payments be made directly to Landlord, in which case Tenant shall receive a credit against Rent in the amount

of Tenant’s share of payments received by Landlord.

10. Liens. Tenant shall not permit a mechanic’s lien or other lien to be placed upon the land or structure in which the

Premises is located in connection with any work done by or for the benefit of Tenant. Tenant shall, within ten (10) days of

notice from Landlord, fully discharge any lien by settlement, by bonding or by insuring over the lien in the manner

prescribed by Law. If Tenant fails to do so, Landlord may bond, insure over or otherwise discharge the lien. Tenant shall

reimburse Landlord for any amount paid by Landlord, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees.

11. Indemnification and Waiver. Tenant hereby waives all claims against and releases Landlord and its officers,

directors, employees, trustees, beneficiaries, partners, mortgagees and each of their successors and assigns from all claims

for any injury to or death of persons, damage to property or business loss in any manner related to: a) any act of a third

party; b) any act of God; c) bursting or leaking of any tank, pipe, drain or plumbing fixture; d) failure of any security

service, personnel or equipment; or e) any Force Majeure or other matter outside of the reasonable control of Landlord.

Except to the extent caused by the negligent or willful misconduct of Landlord, Tenant agrees to indemnify, defend and


hold Landlord harmless from all claims, debts, demands, liabilities, obligations, damages, penalties, costs and expenses,

including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses, that may be imposed by or against Landlord arising

out of or in connection with any damage or injury occurring in the Premises or any acts or omissions of Tenant or any of

Tenant’s guests, invitees, assignees, subleasees, contractors or licensees.

12. Insurance. Tenant shall maintain the following insurance (“Tenant’s Insurance”): a) commercial general liability

insurance applicable to the Premises and its appurtenances providing, on an occurrence basis, a minimum combined single

limit of dollars

($ ); b) property / business interruption insurance issued on an all risk or special perils form, with

coverage for water damage including earthquake sprinkler leakage, at replacement cost value and with a replacement cost

endorsement covering all of Tenant’s equipment fixtures, furniture, inventory, merchandise and other personal property in

the Premises as well as any leasehold improvements for the benefit of the Tenant; c) workers’ compensation insurance to

the extent required by law and in amounts as may be required by applicable statute and employers liability coverage of at

least $ per occurrence. Each commercial general liability insurance policy shall name Landlord

(or its successors and assignees) and their respective officers, directors, employees, and agents, and other designees of

Landlord and its successors as the interest of such designees shall appear, as additional named insureds. All policies of

Tenant’s Insurance shall contain endorsements that the insurer(s) shall give Landlord and its designees at least thirty (30)

days’ advance written notice of any cancellation, termination, material change or lapse of insurance. Tenant shall provide

Landlord with a certificate of insurance evidencing Tenant’s Insurance no later than the Commencement Date or the date

Tenant is provided with possession of the Premises, whichever is earlier. During the Term the Tenant shall provide

evidence of renewal or existence of such insurance as necessary to assure that Landlord always has current certificates

evidencing Tenant’s Insurance.

13. Broker’s Fee. The Landlord agrees to pay broker(s),

, duly licensed Massachusetts real estate broker(s), a fee of

dollars ($ for services

rendered in connection with the lease of the Premises. The Tenant represents and warrants that Tenant has not dealt with

any other broker in connection with rental of the Premises and agrees to indemnify, defend and hold Landlord harmless

from any claim, demand or liability of any other person seeking payment for services provided to Tenant in connection

with leasing the Premises.

14. Subrogation. Landlord and Tenant hereby waive and shall cause their respective insurance carriers to waive any and

all causes of action, claims, actions and rights of recovery against the other for any loss or damage with respect to Tenant’s

personal property, leasehold improvements, the structure in which the Premises is located, the Premises or any contents

thereof, including rights, claims, actions and causes of action based on negligence, which loss or damage is (or would have

been, had the insurance required by this Lease been obtained) covered by insurance.

15. Fire or Casualty. The Landlord has the right to terminate this Lease if all or any part of the Premises is damaged by

fire or other casualty to the extent that it cannot reasonably be repaired within one hundred (100) days after the date of such

fire or casualty. This right of termination is exercisable by written notice to Tenant within sixty (60) days of the date of the

fire or other casualty. If this Lease is not terminated, Landlord shall promptly and in good faith, seek to restore the

Premises. Such restoration shall be to substantially the same condition that existed prior to the fire or other casualty, except

for modifications required by law. Upon notice from Landlord, Tenant shall assign to Landlord (or Landlord’s designee) all

property insurance proceeds payable to Tenant under Tenant’s Insurance with respect to any leasehold improvements for

the benefit of Tenant; provided that if the estimated cost to repair such leasehold improvements exceeds the amount of

insurance proceeds received by Landlord from Tenant’s insurance carrier, the excess cost of such repairs shall be paid by

Tenant to Landlord prior to Landlord’s commencement of repairs. Within fourteen (14) days of demand, Tenant shall also

pay Landlord for any excess costs identified during the course of repair work. Landlord shall not be liable for any

inconvenience to Tenant, or injury to Tenant’s business resulting in any way from the fire or other casualty or the repair

work. Provided that Tenant is not in default, during any period of time that all or a material portion of the Premises is

rendered unusable as a result of the fire or other casualty, the Rent shall abate for the portion of the Premises that is


16. Eminent Domain. Either party may terminate this Lease if any substantial part of the Premises is taken or condemned

for any public use under law or by eminent domain. Landlord shall also have the right to terminate this Lease if there is

such a taking of any portion of the structure in which the Premises is located or the land on which it is situated that would

have a material adverse impact on Landlord’s ability to operate the remainder of the structure/land. The terminating party


shall provide written notice of termination to the other party within sixty (60) days after first receipt of any notice of the

taking. The termination shall be effective on the date the taking becomes effective. All compensation awarded for a taking,

or sale proceeds, shall be the property of Landlord.

17. Tenant’s Default. A “Tenant’s Default” shall mean and include a circumstance when a) the Tenant fails to pay all Rent

when due, if such failure continues for three (3) business days after written notice to Tenant which notice shall be in

satisfaction of, and not in addition to, notice required by Law; or b) Tenant’s failure to comply with any term, condition,

requirement or covenant of this Lease (other than non-payment of Rent), if such failure is not cured within thirty (30)

business days after written notice to Tenant, which notice shall be in satisfaction of, and not in addition to, notice required

by law; or c) Tenant is declared bankrupt or insolvent or if any property of Tenant is the subject of an assignment for the

benefit of creditors.

18. Landlord’s Remedies. In the event of a Tenant’s Default, Landlord shall have the right to terminate this Lease or

terminate Tenant’s right to possession. Upon receipt of a notice of termination Tenant shall immediately surrender the

Premises to Landlord. If Tenant fails to surrender the Premises, Landlord may enter upon and take possession of the

Premises, in compliance with law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Tenant shall pay Landlord all past due Rent and

other damages, losses and expenses suffered by Landlord as a result of Tenant’s Default. Those costs and expenses shall

include the costs and expenses incurred in reletting or attempting to relet the Premises, including reasonable attorneys’ fees,

brokerage fees, the cost of physical alterations to the Premises and the reasonable value of other allowances or concessions

granted to a new tenant. The Landlord has the right to collect all rents and other payments from any reletting. The Landlord

shall not be responsible or liable for any delay or inability to relet all or part of the Premises or for the failure to collect any

rent. In lieu of determining damages as described above, Landlord may elect to receive as damages the sum of a) all Rent

accrued through the date of termination of this Lease or of Tenant’s right to possession, and b) an amount equal to the total

Rent that Tenant would have been required to pay for the remainder of the Term discounted to present value, minus the

then present fair rental value of the Premises for the remainder of the Term, comparably discounted, after deducting all

anticipated costs of reletting. If Tenant is in default of any of the non-financial duties under the Lease, Landlord shall have

the right to perform such duties. Upon demand, Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for the cost of such performance plus an

administrative fee equal to ten percent (10%) of the cost of the work performed. Termination of Tenant’s Lease or right to

possession or Landlord’s entry on all or part of the Premises shall not relieve Tenant of its duties and liabilities under the

Lease. Each right and remedy of the Landlord shall be separate and in addition to any other right and remedy now available

or hereafter available to Landlord.

19. Landlord’s Default. Before filing suit for any alleged default by the Landlord, Tenant shall give Landlord and each

Mortgagee about whose identity Tenant has been notified, written notice and a reasonable time to cure the alleged default.

In the event of a default by the Landlord in the terms of this Lease, no individual officer, director, agent, servant, employee,

trustee, stockholder or beneficiary of the Landlord shall be personally liable for performance of the Landlord’s obligations.

20. Subordination. Tenant agrees that this Lease is subject to and subordinate to each mortgage, ground lease or other

lien now or subsequently arising on the Premises, or on the land or structure in which the Premises is located. Tenant’s

agreement applies to any refinancing, renewal, modification, and extension of the mortgage. Upon request from the holder

of a mortgage, Tenant shall execute a commercially reasonable subordination agreement. As an alternative, any mortgagee

shall have the right, at any time, to subordinate its mortgage to this Lease. Upon request, Tenant shall deliver a

commercially reasonable estoppel certificate to those parties as are reasonably requested by Landlord, without payment,

within ten (10) days after receipt of a written request.

21. Notice / Addresses. All demands, approvals, consents or notices shall be in writing and delivered by hand or sent by

registered or certified mail with return receipt requested, or sent by overnight or same day service by hand at the party’s

respective address, set forth below. Each notice shall be deemed to have been received on the date of actual delivery or the

date on which delivery is refused, whichever is earlier. If Tenant has vacated the Premises without providing a new

address, each notice to Tenant shall be deemed to have been received three (3) days after notice is deposited in the mail of

the United States Postal Service or with a delivery service as described above. Either party may, at any time, change the

address set forth below (other than to a post office box) by giving the other party written notice of the new address.


Landlord: Tenant:

22. Surrender of Premises. At the termination of this Lease or Tenant’s right of possession, Tenant shall remove all

personal property and surrender the Premises to Landlord in good order and in “broom clean” condition, ordinary wear and

tear and damage excepted, removing, as requested by Landlord, any improvements or alterations made by Tenant. If

Tenant fails to remove any of Tenant’s personal property within two (2) business days after termination, Landlord, at

Tenant’s sole cost and expense, shall be entitled to remove and store Tenant’s personal property. Landlord shall not be

responsible for the safekeeping or preservation of Tenant’s personal property. Tenant shall pay Landlord, upon demand, all

costs of storage. If Tenant fails to remove Tenant’s personal property from the Premises or from storage within thirty (30)

days after delivery of notice, Landlord may deem all or any part of Tenant’s Property to be abandoned and title to that

property shall vest in Landlord. If Tenant fails to remove any of the alternations or improvements made by Tenant by the

Termination Date and complete related repairs in a timely manner, Landlord may perform such work at Tenant’s expense.

If Tenant fails to surrender all or any part of the Premises at the termination of this Lease, occupancy of the Premises after

termination shall be that of a tenancy at sufferance. Tenant’s occupancy shall be subject to all the terms and provisions of

this Lease and Tenant shall pay an amount (on a per month basis without reduction for partial months during the holdover)

equal to two hundred percent (200%) of the sum of the Rent and of the Additional Rent due for the period immediately

preceding the holdover. No holdover by Tenant or acceptance of payment from the Tenant after the termination of this

Lease shall extend the Term or prevent Landlord from immediate recovery of possession of the Premises.

23. Miscellaneous.

1) Time / Force Majeure. Time is of the essence of each provision of this Lease. The failure or delay of either party to

declare a default immediately upon its occurrence or a delay in taking action for a default shall not constitute a waiver.

Whenever a period of time is prescribed for the taking of an action by Landlord or Tenant (other than the payment of the

Security Deposit or Rent), the period of time for the performance of such action shall be extended by the number of days

that the performance is actually delayed due to strikes, acts of God, shortages of labor or materials, war, terrorist acts, civil

disturbances and other causes beyond the reasonable control of the performing party (“Force Majeure“). Force Majeure

does not include financial difficulties of a party.

2) Attorneys’ Fees / Costs Of Suit. If either party commences suit for violation of or to enforce any covenant, term or

condition of this Lease, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses. Landlord and

Tenant hereby waive any right to trial by jury in any proceeding based upon a breach of this Lease.

3) Sale / Assignment. Landlord shall have the right to transfer and assign, in whole or in part, all of its ownership interest,

rights and obligations in the Lease, including the Security Deposit, and upon transfer Landlord shall be released from any

further obligations hereunder, and Tenant agrees to look solely to the successor in interest of Landlord for the performance

of such obligations and the return of any Security Deposit.

4) Entire Agreement. This Lease constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes all prior agreements

and understandings related to the Premises. This Lease may be modified only by a written agreement signed by Landlord

and Tenant. This Lease shall be interpreted and enforced in accordance with the Laws of the Commonwealth of


5) Executive Order 13224. Tenant represents and warrants to Landlord that each individual executing this Lease on

behalf of Tenant is authorized to do so on behalf of Tenant and that Tenant is not, and the entities or individuals

constituting Tenant or which may own or control Tenant or which may be owned or controlled by Tenant are not, among

the individuals or entities identified on any list compiled pursuant to Executive Order 13224 for the purpose of identifying

suspected terrorists.


24. Additional Provisions.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have set forth their hands and seals.

TENANT or authorized agent Date

TENANT or authorized agent Date

LANDLORD or authorized agent Date