When signing a commercial lease agreement, there is a substantial amount of key information that can easily be overlooked. Nonetheless the lease is a binding contract that can control many of your operations in the building. It is imperative that tenants understand every section and subsection in their lease before signing, and through the duration of their contract. In comparison to residential property, commercial real estate leasing doesn't have as many legal protections. If tenant unaware of a vital aspect of the lease agreement upon signing, the company could be forced to deal the consequences for many years to come.