Landlord and Tenant
Our depth of experience has been gained from acting for a variety of Landlords and Tenant clients including property developers and financial institutions. Each of these client groups has its specific demands and needs, but they share a common theme, they require a high quality, great value, commercially astute service which we have proved we can deliver time and time again.
We advise on a variety of potentially complex issues including:
- New lettings of commercial property
- Authorised Guarantee Agreements
- Rent Deposits and Surrender
- Exercising Break Clauses
- Lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 together with any tactical considerations
- Assignments and Underlettings
We pride ourselves on going beyond the usual client expectations and will work with landlord or tenant clients to agree on strategies and systems to help ease the process.
By instructing us at the outset while negotiating the Heads of Terms, we will be able to highlight the key points and any potential risks that should be considered. In our experience, the more detailed the Heads of Terms are, the more smoothly the transaction can proceed. Our team can guide you through the process to ensure you are asking all the right questions at the outset.
How can we help you? Please call us on +44 (0) 0345 459 0007 to arrange a mutually convenient time to discuss how we can assist you. Alternatively, Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org* or click here to complete our Free Online Enquiry Form. We will have a chat about your needs, you can ask us any questions you have and we will be happy to have a No Cost or Obligation initial chat with you which we are sure you will find useful.
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