Our commercial property solicitors can provide you with expert advice in relation to all aspects of your lease.
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Commercial Lease Solicitors
Leasing commercial property can be complex and the needs of landlords and tenants can differ. Acting for both landlords and tenants, our Commercial Lease solicitors are well versed in the various arguments put forward and the advice we give will be tailored to your specific needs and aims. We have a wealth of experience to handle every type of lease issue including renewals, rent reviews, subletting your commercial property and termination. As we specialise in commercial property transactions, should your matter unfortunately become litigious or you require this approach we will introduce you to one of our specialist litigation and mediation team who will be happy to assist.
Fixed fee lease advice
As a firm, we constantly look to innovate and find new ways of providing legal services to our clients, from fee structures and packages to digital onboarding and client service. In response to the challenges many of our clients have faced during Covid, we launched a new fixed fee lease package. Find out more about how you can stay in control of legal costs. Contact us to find out more.
Our experienced Commercial Property solicitors act for several landlords with property portfolios and are well versed in the needs of Landlords or Tenant occupiers. From surrenders, variations and licences we can tailor our services to meet your ongoing needs. We appreciate the speed required to process the paperwork to ensure that voids are minimised whilst protecting the reversionary interest in the property. Our approach is always to listen and work with you to ensure you get what you need rather than second guess.
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