Co-working Space Application Form and Terms of Use

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What is it?

For smaller businesses, sharing an office space is a practical way to minimise costs while maximising access to office facilities. If you want to let another business use your spare office space, then a Co-working Space Application Form and Terms of Use sets out the terms under which you will work together.

Why do you need it?

If you have spare working space and workstations in your office, renting out part of your business premises using this Co-working Space Application Form and Terms of Use can be beneficial to your income and help a business with a limited budget. For small businesses and startups, it can be a cost-effective way of obtaining office space without having to commit to a commercial lease for a whole office.

Through sharing office space with the right, non-competing business, they can provide your business with valuable opinions and feedback.

You should always make sure that your lease allows you to enter into such an agreement.

Key clauses to watch for:

When drafting a Co-working Space Application Form and Terms of Use, it is important to focus on a number of key clauses, in particular:

  • Details about the owner;
  • Details about your applicant;
  • Number of seats required by the applicants;
  • When the applicant intends to move in;
  • How long the user intends to use the premises;
  • What facilities the user can access;
  • Between what hours and which days each week the user can access the premises; and
  • Monthly charge for renting out the premises and the date for rent payment.

Co-working Space Application Form and Terms of Use Document

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