Practice in the area of Commercial Leasing relies heavily on the use of forms and sample agreements. Forms are documents that allow an attorney simply to fill in the blanks (e.g., parties' names, price, etc.) in order to draft a document. Sample agreements are either actual or hypothetical agreements that an attorney can look to in order to understand how an agreement should be structured. While many of the treatises and practice guides discussed above provide sample forms and/or agreements, there are additional resources that consist solely or mainly of these types of documents.
Miller & Starr California Real Estate Forms, KFC140.A65 .M552 and on Westlaw
California Legal Forms, vols. 9-18, KFC68 .C32 and on Lexis Advance
Office Leasing: Drafting and Negotiating the Lease, on CEB OnLAW
Retail Leasing: Drafting and Negotiating the Lease, on CEB OnLAW
Modern Real Estate Practice Forms, on Westlaw
Current Leasing Law and Techniques - Forms, on Lexis Advance
Negotiating and Drafting Office Leases, on Lexis Advance
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