Before agreeing to commit to a new commercial lease it is important for both Landlord and Tenant to have specialist, professional advice from an experienced commercial property solicitor to ensure that the lease provisions accurately reflect the intentions of the parties agreed at the outset, and to ensure that the lease does not contain any clauses that might have unexpected adverse implications.
At Anthony Gold our specialist commercial property solicitors will ensure that the lease provisions are clearly explained in plain English, and that any potentially adverse issues are identified so that you can plan ahead with certainty that the property involved properly suits the requirements of your business.
Our commercial property solicitors can advise and assist with all aspect of commercial leases including:
- Break clauses
- Deeds of assignment
- Deeds of variation
- Drafting and negotiating commercial leases
- Lease extensions, renewals, and variations
- Licences for alterations
- Property transfers
- Negotiating and advising on Heads of Terms
- Rent deposits and guarantors
- Rent reviews
- Security of tenure
- Service charges
- Surrenders of leases