Commercial Property Leases
A commercial property lease is likely to be one of the most significant commercial contracts you will enter into. Drafted primarily by and in the landlord’s interest, tenants who do not take specialist legal advice do so at their peril. Any letting agent acts for the landlord, so we recommend that you consult us before you make an offer for a property, otherwise you may be committed to terms that are not in your interests. The Commercial Lease Code also offers practical advice to prospective tenants.
Every commercial property lease is different, depending on what the business is, what the business needs are and the nature of the property being let. In addition, there are related considerations for example repairs and service charge, insurance, rent review, break options, selling the lease and dilapidations. Every lease must be tailored to meet your requirements.
Coole Bevis LLP’s commercial property team will work with you to identify the contentious issues as well as the landlord’s and the tenant’s rights and responsibilities. At the conclusion of the transaction you can, in complete confidence, sign a contract purposely designed to meet your needs.
Quick and responsive, clear and concise, Coole Bevis LLP’s commercial property team deliver a legal service that is best for you.