what is the difference between the lease execution date and the lease commencement date?

In Leasing Property - Asked by Rick G. - Sep 8, 2015
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Josh C.
Broker/Agent
Chesterfield, MO

Lease execution is the date the lease is signed - Lease commencement is when the lease starts.
Lease execution September 9, 2015
Lease commencement October 1, 2015

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Ron L.
Broker/Agent
Dallas, TX

Lease execution date is the date that the lease is signed by both the Landlord and Tenant. Then it is fully executed.
Lease commencement date is the date on which the lease starts/commences.
Rent commencement on the other hand is when the Tenant commences to pay rent. In most instances Tenants are given a rent free period at the start of a lease.

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