Looking for a solicitor to deal with your commercial interests can be a daunting task. Our panel solicitors can take the pressure off any concerns including assisting with drafting a fresh lease to cover all necessary areas or examining a lease already prepared by another solicitor. A commercial lease should contain all relevant terms and conditions regulating all the parties interests. You should ensure that your interest is being looked after by speaking with a lawyer. Commercial Leases do have a lifespan in accordance with its terms, however, there are ways of terminating these early and a solicitor can provide the best advice in these circumstances. Whether you are a business owner currently subject to a lease, or a property owner having difficulties with a tenant speak to a lawyer today.
Our solicitors can advise on all lease transactions, landlords and tenants should obtain legal advice for all commercial proposals including the fine detail of drafting a lease which our solicitors have expertise and knowledge of all potential pitfalls if not looked at carefully. Leases should include, but are not limited to, time limits and provision for evacuation, contribution of common areas such as the roof and structural walls which may be shared with other offices or business within an office block. There can be service charges to think about as well insurance cover for not only the building but the contents, furniture and property within the premises. There should also be provision regarding the business rates and responsibility for the utilities
Commercial Leases do not only give rise to implications when drafting the finer detail for such a long commitment, there is also the question on the suitability of the property. In particular, tenants who have not sought legal advice may find that the title to the property contains limitations to the use of the property. A solicitor will be able to advise on the suitability and limitations or lack therefore, for your business proposals. Don’t leave it too late to end up bound to a lease for a property that you cannot use for your business purposes.