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DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Leasing Checklist

Our Real Estate Leasing Checklist is designed to help you evaluate the right location under the best terms. The easy-to-use format is design to help you identify and ask the right questions before committing to leasing a location for your restaurant. Our checklist also helps you compare competing locations.

Use the Leasing Checklist to document and consider the following issues:

  • Condition of premises
  • Utilities
  • Zoning, permits & other municipal requirements
  • Liquor, beverage license
  • Demographics & marketing
  • Terms of lease
  • Other lease provisions

Legal Disclaimer: This document is not meant to provide legal advise to any person or entity and it may not be appropriate for use in all jurisdictions. Users of this form do so at their own risk and no warranties are made regarding the accuracy or content of this form.





The Leasing Checklist is downloadable in a MS Word file format.




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