At Elite Law, our commercial lease solicitors have the knowledge and expertise to provide practical advice in relation to all aspects of commercial leases.
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Leasing a commercial property can be an exciting step in any business owner’s career. Whether you are starting a new business, taking an existing business from the internet out into the world, or expanding your current business to a new location, leasing a property should be cause to celebrate. Equally, if you are a landlord, finding a trustworthy tenant to occupy your commercial space can be a welcome end to the letting process.
Unfortunately, whether you are a landlord or a tenant, sometimes leasing can be less than straightforward. From rent reviews to disputes, arrears and broken contracts, the leasing process can quickly become stressful and challenging. Knowing where you stand from a legal perspective in situations like these is extremely important, which is why it is always a good idea to have experienced commercial lease solicitors on your side.
If you are a tenant or landlord in need of legal advice or guidance, our commercial lease solicitors can help. We act for clients based in Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and all over the UK.
Commercial Lease Solicitors – Acting For The Landlord
If you own a property suitable for commercial use and already lease it to a tenant or are looking to begin leasing a property you own, our commercial lease solicitors can provide a number of useful services. At the beginning of the leasing process we can advise you on what to expect from leasing and what to cover in the terms of your lease, from basic tenancy periods and rates to renewals, sub-letting and improvements, break clauses and exit fees.
Finally, if you are planning to either expand your portfolio or sell your existing assets, our commercial lease solicitors can provide guidance on all aspects of the buying and selling process, including how to manage existing tenants.
Commercial Lease Solicitors – Acting For The Tenant
When looking to lease a commercial property, the complex contracts and unfamiliar terms can be bewildering. It is important to know exactly what you are agreeing to before you sign anything however, as getting locked into a contract that is not suitable for your needs can be potentially disastrous. That is why we strongly suggest seeking legal advice from experienced commercial lease solicitors before committing to any lease.
How Our Commercial Lease Solicitors Can Help
Our expert commercial lease solicitors have many years of experience working on behalf of both landlords and tenants. We have helped bring countless business owners together with commercial property owners.
An experienced commercial lease solicitor will have an initial consultation with you, free of charge, to discuss your situation in more detail. Once we understand your circumstances better, we can provide you with a clearer understanding of how we can help you. We will also provide you with a price quotation and a choice of funding methods at the outset.
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“I have always found Shakeel to be approachable and he will go the extra mile to try and progress matters for you. He is easy to deal with. Even though I am a solicitor and used to legal jargon, Shakeel explains everything very clearly and in easy to understand language. I would highly recommend Shakeel.”
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