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New Zealand deed of lease renewal (with and without guarantors), notices of lease cancellation and surrendering a lease documents.


Deed of renewal of lease no guarantor

49.00  

This is a Deed for recording a renewal of a term of a lease in a situation where there is no guarantor with the remainder of the lease terms confirmed. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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Deed of renewal of lease with guarantor

49.00  

This is a Deed for recording a renewal of a term of a lease. The renewed term is acknowledged by the Guarantor and the remainder of the lease terms are confirmed. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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Deed of rent review no guarantor

49.00  

This is a Deed for recording a reviewed rental payable under a lease for the next rental period with the remainder of the lease terms confirmed where there is no Guarantor of the Lease. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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Deed of surrender: any commercial property lease

29.00  

Surrender document to terminate any commercial lease by mutual agreement includes optional provision for payment by one party to the other and for all obligations to cease. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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Deed or rent review with guarantor

49.00  

This is a Deed for recording a reviewed rental payable under a lease for the next rental period. The increase is acknowledged by the Guarantor and the remainder of the lease terms confirmed. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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Notice of intent to cancel lease for breach (not rental)

25.00  

A notice of breach of lease for unpaid rental. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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Notice of intent to cancel lease for unpaid rental

25.00  

A notice of breach of lease (other than for unpaid rental). Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.

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