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Commercial Property Solicitors

Commercial Property Solicitors

Commercial Lease

Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, Else’s commercial property solicitors will negotiate terms that protect your interests.

A commercial lease sets out the conditions under which a tenant occupies rental property for the purpose of running business.

Although there are some general legal requirements contained in all contracts, most of the important detail is contained in the wording of each individual lease.

This means it is important to ensure that you have the right terms in place when you sign your lease. It will help you to avoid expensive, time-consuming, disputes with your landlord or tenant in the future.

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, Else’s team of commercial property solicitors in Burton on Trent, will give you the right professional legal advice to ensure that your lease provides you with security you require.

If you are a commercial landlord we will commit your tenant to a suitable rent, agree review periods, and ensure that you are able to end the tenancy if your tenant does not fulfil their lease obligations.

If you are a commercial tenant we will negotiate break clauses and ensure that you are protected against unduly arduous repair obligations.

How we can help

Our commercial property solicitors can help with all aspects of landlord and tenant work, including:

  • Drafting commercial leases.
  • Handling lease renewals and terminations.
  • Licence applications for sub-letting or change of use.
  • Telecommunication rights.
  • Debt collection.
  • Tenant insolvency.
  • Contested lease renewals.
  • Stamp Duty implications.
  • Commercial property insurance terms.
  • Service charge negotiations.
  • Rights of access.
  • Dilapidations.

For more advice about commercial leases please contact our expert commercial property solicitors in Burton on Trent on 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

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