Commercial leases and Commercial Property

Commercial leases are usually extremely complex and detailed documents that are vastly different to any other form of lease that you may come across.

At Brearleys we have a specialist and dedicated commercial property service which can prepare leases for landlords and tenants and deal with negotiations as well as advising landlords and tenants in general on lease issues such as in particular lease renewals, break clauses, dilapidation and rent recovery, under the terms and conditions of these leases.

The service offered is cost-effective and we aim through our specialist service to provide comprehensive, clear advice within reasonable timeframes.

Commercial property includes a corner shop, large industrial estates and everything in between.  Brearleys have many years’ experience in all aspects of commercial property, freehold, leasehold, individuals or companies, business sales and purchases, financing arrangements and negotiating with banks.

The lawyer who will deal with your matter will deal only with and will have years of experience in commercial property matters.  You can be sure therefore that your matter will be in a safe pair of hands.

It is vital that before entering into any commercial property transaction you seek expert legal advice.  We will always be up front and sensible with our fees.  We will work hard to get the best possible deal for you for example when negotiating contractual or lease terms concentrating 100% on your best interests.

Commercial transactions are sometimes a legal mine field and we have seen many times parties who enter into commercial property arrangements without proper advice usually with disastrous results even bankruptcy.  Therefore please ensure that you come to see us first if only for a free consultation

We have many satisfied and loyal commercial clients some big some small who repeatedly instruct us in their transactions.

Contact any of our offices for more details

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