Commercial Property Law
Whatever the nature of your business, having the right premises is a key business decision. Regardless of your sector, the chances are that you will rent or own a commercial property at some point.
Our team of specialist commercial property lawyers can help with most aspects of commercial property law. We act for business clients including commercial landlords and tenants, property businesses and property developers and investors.
Law for Commercial Property
Whether it is an office, retail unit, restaurant, industrial or mixed use etc, we advise clients in commercial property law matters, including:
- Buying and selling commercial real estate such as shops, offices, factories, warehouses, restaurants, hotels and gyms
- Commercial leases and licences- grant, renewal, assignment & variations.
- Lease management, including assignments, subleases, renewals, licences for alterations, rent reviews and dilapidations
- Freehold and leasehold property advice.
- Legal advice for commercial landlords.
- Legal advice for business tenants.
- Sale and purchase of commercial property, including land and development sites
- Financing commercial property
Our commercial property team has over 30 years of combined experience in this area. We understand how to meet your business objectives, and tailor our services to bring about the best outcome for you, regardless of the value and complexity of your matter.
Our clientele ranges from tenants, landlords, limited companies, partnerships and financial institutions.
For expert advice, please call our specialist commercial property solicitors for a no-obligation consultation and fixed fee offer where possible.
Talk to our Commercial Property Solicitors in Richmond Upon Thames.
Fill out our Quick Consultation form below or call us at 02083322069.
Call us between 9:30AM-5.30PM on 0208 332 2069 or fill out the form.
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