A treaty can only be applied judicially if it contains all the essential elements that make it legally binding. If the agreement does not meet these criteria, you must make the necessary changes before signing them. It is sometimes necessary to add information about signs and symbols in the vicinity of the rented property. The lease should contain symbols and signs visible from the street. In addition, you should also check the local areas, where and which can be used for residential and commercial purposes. You must take care of the zone regulations to determine the application of the restrictions. A gross lease is a kind of commercial lease in which the tenant pays a fixed rent (sometimes the tenant has to pay a fixed rent plus certain specified expenses with respect to the premises) and the lessor pays all other costs related to the operation and maintenance of the property. Operating costs may include insurance, incidentals, maintenance costs and sometimes taxes. Depending on how the lease was drawn up, the next part would include the date of the lease as well as the names and addresses of the parties. . .