Business Leases and Commercial Property Law
We are experienced at undertaking work within the field of business leases and commercial property law. We act for Landlords and Tenants. We will be very pleased to provide you initial advice by telephone without charge. If the matter is urgent we will endeavor to see you on the same day.
The matters that we undertake include the following:
- Lease renewals – including dealing with opposing the grant of a new release as well as negotiating the terms of new lease.
- Dilapidations and Disrepairs
- Forfeiture of Leases
- Rent reviews in conjunction with a valuation surveyor.
- Statutory business lease regime
- Rent arrears
- User covenants
- Assignment of Leases and Underleases
- Complaints in relation to water penetration
- Renewal of 1954 Act tenancies
- Service Charge Disputes
Business Leases and Commercial Property Lawyers in Bloomsbury, Finchley and Hatfield
Examples of recent cases that we have undertaken are as follows.
- Claim against the landlord for serious water penetration from the upper part of the building causing serious interruption to business
- Claim by the landlord against the tenant for contribution for major works
- Application by the tenant for a renewal under section 26 of the 1954 Act
- The Defence of forfeiture/ threats of forfeiture raised by the Landlord
- Preparation of a deed of variation where major building works by the landlord has affected the rights enjoyed by the tenant
- Advising a tenant following serious fire damage to the premises
- Representation of the landlord where the tenant has undertaken unauthorised work/alterations to the premises
- Representing landlords in claims against personal guarantors of the lease. (We also have acted for guarantors in defending claims brought by the landlord)
Our commercial conveyancing solicitor negotiates the terms of Leases/Subleases in relation to both retail and office premises and also represent tenants in relation to the assignment of their leases.
Contact Simons Rodkin Solicitors LLP
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