What is it?
A Lease agreement is a document that grants the Lessee with the permission to occupy the Lessors property for a defined period of time. In this Agreement, there is an actual transfer of interest in the immovable property under consideration, and is generally considered to provide the Lessee with greater power.
When is it used?
Lease Agreements are usually used when the party who is taking your premises on rent receives some specific interest in the property being leased.
Which other agreements may be relevant to me ?
If the nature of the transaction is such that the person to whom the property is being rented is NOT acquiring any interest in the property, you should consider using our 'Leave & License Agreement' instead.