COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LAW SOLICITORS

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  • Morrisons Solicitors LLP

    Morrisons Solicitors LLP

    Morrisons Solicitors LLP

    Clarendon House, Clarendon Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1FB

    01737 854500

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  • Simpson Sissons & Brooke LLP

    Straightforward legal advice...that doesn't cost the earth

    Simpson Sissons & Brooke LLP

    Simpson Sissons & Brooke LLP

    Straightforward legal advice...that doesn't cost the earth

    43 Townhead Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2EB

    0114 241 3970

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  • Warner Goodman LLP

    Delighting our clients is our driving force

    Warner Goodman LLP

    Warner Goodman LLP

    Delighting our clients is our driving force

    Portland Chambers, 66 West Street, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 0JR

    01329 288121

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  • Curzon Green

    Curzon Green Solicitors - the City of London and High Wycombe

    Curzon Green

    Curzon Green

    Curzon Green Solicitors - the City of London and High Wycombe

    114-116 Oxford Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 2DN

    01494 451 355

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  • Ison Harrison Limited

    Ison Harrison Limited

    Ison Harrison Limited

    Duke House, 54 Wellington Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 2EE

    0113 284 5000

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  • Wright Hassall LLP

    The secret behind our award winning success? Our clients.

    Wright Hassall LLP

    Wright Hassall LLP

    The secret behind our award winning success? Our clients.

    Olympus House, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV34 6BF

    01926 886 688

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  • Michael Lewin Solicitors Limited

    Michael Lewin Solicitors Limited

    Michael Lewin Solicitors Limited

    635 Roundhay Road, Leeds, LS8 4BA

    0113 200 9720

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  • Allington Hughes Limited

    One firm fits all.

    Allington Hughes Limited

    Allington Hughes Limited

    One firm fits all.

    10 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham, Wrexham, LL11 1SD

    01978 291 000

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  • Howes Percival LLP

    Breathing New Life into Law

    Howes Percival LLP

    Howes Percival LLP

    Breathing New Life into Law

    Nene House, 4 Rushmills, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN4 7YB

    01604 230400

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    ISC Lawyers LLP

    12 Angel Gate, 326 City Road, London, Greater London, EC1V 2PT

    020 7833 8453

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  • Pepperells Solicitors

    Pepperells Solicitors

    Pepperells Solicitors

    100 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 2AE

    01482 326511

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    We're on YOUR side!

    ABMF

    We're on YOUR side!

    42 Ringley Drive, Manchester, Lancashire, M45 7LR

    07970291197

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  • Broudie Jackson Canter

    Making a difference through the practice of law

    Broudie Jackson Canter

    Broudie Jackson Canter

    Making a difference through the practice of law

    Dale House, 27 Dale Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 2HD

    0151 227 1429

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  • Thomson & Bancks Solicitors

    You Matter to Us

    Thomson & Bancks Solicitors

    Thomson & Bancks Solicitors

    You Matter to Us

    27 Church Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 5RH

    01684 299633

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  • Clapham & Collinge LLP

    Supporting you and your family, for whatever life brings.

    Clapham & Collinge LLP

    Clapham & Collinge LLP

    Supporting you and your family, for whatever life brings.

    St. Catherine's House, All Saints Green, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 3GA

    01603 693500

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Guide to Hiring Commercial Property Solicitors

Commercial property solicitors can help clients in a range of business premises areas including the purchase, rent or selling of a commercial property. A company's image is often reflected through the property that it conducts business from, and the premises can demonstrate the professionalism, style and commitment of a company. It is therefore imperative for clients to employ the services of a commercial law solicitor who can help assess the suitability of the property and location before any purchase or rental agreement is reached. This means that company owners can be assured that their property needs are addressed and managed by a knowledgeable and reliable professional.

A solicitor in this field of law will work alongside their client to ensure that the property transaction is completed quickly, efficiently and legally, minimising the stress and impact that property matters can have on a business.

What is Commercial Property?

Properties that are used for business needs are referred to as commercial properties. Some properties are built purely for commercial purposes, whereas others are converted to suit the business need. Some companies own or lease a single property, whereas others manage a portfolio of commercial premises.

Clients who recognise the vulnerability of property markets and the potential pitfalls of buying and selling commercial premises are more likely to avoid costly issues in the future. This can be supported through the advice and services of a specialised commercial property solicitor. Such solicitors have a thorough understanding of property legislation, commercial needs and tax issues, meaning that the advice they can offer is invaluable to a business.

What Can A Commercial Property Law Solicitor Help Me With?

Commercial conveyancing is a complex field and has additional considerations to the purchase, sale or lease of private property. The leaseholder or owner of a commercial property must be sure that their business premises are legally obtained and fit for purpose. This means that licences or trading regulations are considered before signing for the property. A commercial property solicitor will assist their client in assessing the function of the building and ensuring that all regulatory and legal requirements are met. Some of the most common reasons for people to seek the advice or services of a commercial property law solicitor include:

  • The purchase or lease of new business premises
  • The sale of a business premises
  • Landlord and tenant disputes
  • Rental fee disputes
  • All lease cases, including the writing of contracts and amendments to terms
  • Acquisition and management of acquired land
  • Financing the purchase or lease of a commercial property
  • Applying for adverse possession properties
  • Managing commercial properties through bankruptcy or administration of a business
  • Drawing up contracts for sub-letting parts of a property
  • Equity release
  • Deed writing and management

With such a wide variety of undertakings, solicitors in this field have a vast and extensive knowledge about conveyancing law and business management. This means that a commercial property solicitor will be able to advise clients on the suitability of a building for the business purposes as well as considering the suitability of any leases or contractual obligations.

There are a number of people who will employ the advice and support of a commercial property solicitor and this is not always a company owner. Some clients may be sole traders, whereas other national brands may seek the services of a specialised solicitor when locating their business in a new area. Other such clients commonly include:

  • Property developers
  • Builders
  • Landlords and tenants
  • Franchise holders
  • Self-employed workers and freelancers who require hot-desking contracts
  • Property investors
  • Business investors

For business owners who are looking to sell their commercial property, a solicitor can assist in all related sale documentation. This means that the client can be confident that their property sale is legally recognised and that their assets and responsibilities are protected.

Commercial law solicitors are also aware of external considerations when managing the purchase or lease of a new business property. This means that the solicitor will be able to offer their client advice relating to the local environment or location vulnerabilities. Highlighting potential problems before a client commits to a new property can eliminate future issues and enable the business owner to focus on the growth of the business.

How Can I Choose the Best Commercial Property Solicitor for My Business?

Choosing a commercial property solicitor involves considerations of a number of factors. Firstly, it is wise to hire a firm who are local to the property as they are likely to be familiar with the area and will be knowledgeable about any particular location complexities. It is also wise to ask a number of questions from the outset, to be sure that the solicitor meets your service and cost expectations. Some valuable questions to ask at the initial meeting include:

  • Has the solicitor worked for any similar businesses nearby?
  • How long will it take to complete the transaction?
  • Are there any environmental issues to consider locally?
  • Is there a need to consider any trading, regulatory or licensing issues?
  • How much will the advice and services of the solicitor cost?
  • When are fees payable?

By understanding the answers to the above questions, clients will be well placed to decide upon the most suitable solicitor for their needs. It is wise to discuss the local area in depth with the solicitor as they will be well placed to explain any likely local authority requirements or licences that may be obtained by the business. Employing the support of a local commercial law solicitor is sure to mean that all business property matters are managed efficiently and reliably, allowing for greater success for the company.

The ultimate guide to hiring a solicitor

The ultimate guide to hiring a solicitor

Hiring a solicitor for any legal issue can feel quite daunting. It is important that you make a good decision, but you may not know what to look for and how to chose a solicitor that is right for you. To help make the process easier, we have created the ultimate guide to hiring a solicitor. We have highlighted some of the key considerations you should take into account, as well as some handy tips to help make finding and choosing a solicitor both stress and hassle free.

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