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Commercial property services
Our commercial property solicitors can provide expert advice on a full range of property matters, including commercial conveyancing, commercial lettings and commercial landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities.
Our commercial conveyancing and property services include:
- acting for the buyer, seller or guarantor on any purchase or sale of property for business or development purposes
- acting for commercial landlords
- drafting commercial leases and negotiating terms
- acting for commercial tenants upon the grant of a new lease or the assignment of an existing lease
- advising generally on the responsibilities and liabilities incurred by landlords or tenants, and regulations relating to business premises
We’re here to help
We work closely with all our clients to build a deep understanding of the business and its sector, suppliers, customers and future plans. We aim to be a helpful partner for businesses at every stage of life.
We can provide advice in a number of ways to best suit you and your business, including:
- one-off questions or queries
- tailored assistance with specific matters or transactions
Having served our business community for many years, we know the importance of efficiency and communication in any transaction. One of our commercial property solicitors will meet with you at your convenience to discuss the terms of the transaction and your business plans going forward. We work closely with other professional teams to keep the transaction moving and achieve your goals in a timely manner, all the while keeping you involved and informed at the necessary moments.
Contact us for a quote or to book an appointment.
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