"Tenant understands that this Lease or Offer to Lease is not binding until both parties have signed and executed two original copies of the Lease" If you signed two copies and provided those to the landlord, the second those are signed it is binding. These clauses do not condition the contract on the tenant receiving a signed copy.
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Attorney Morillo is correct. As long as both parties have signed and executed two original copies of the Lease, the lease is binding. You do not need to be given a copy of the lease for it to be effective. However, I would contact the other party to the agreement and request a copy. Good luck.
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Commercial leases are often very lengthy and complicated. Without an attorney to have the opportunity to carefully review the entire lease it is very difficult to give advice based upon in essence what is nothing other than the legal opinion of the person presenting the question. From the limited facts if the contract says it must be delivered and it was not delivered then it does not sound as if the terms and conditions of the contract have been met.
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