At Nicholls Solicitors, we regularly act for businesses in relation to their commercial conveyancing needs. This often entails acting for the landlord in relation to the renewal or assignment of a lease or rent review.
Where cases become contentious our wealth of litigation experience means that we are able to offer specialist knowledge in this area. Our success is measured by the regular long standing clients that regularly instruct our firm.
Some of our
frequently asked questions
we are on hand to answer any questions you may have but here are some common questions that may help you to decide how to proceed.
This is a formal agreement between landlord and tenant. The lease will set out the terms on which the tenant is permitted to occupy the business premises, including the term, the rent payable and all other rights and obligations. It is very important to have independent legal advice on the terms of a lease.
Leases over 7 years are subject to compulsory registration at the Land Registry and you would usually need a Solicitor to assist with this registration process. Shorter leases do not usually need to be registered. However we still very strongly advise that you have legal advice on any commercial lease.
This is the transfer of all rights to occupy the premises for the rest of the term from the current tenant to a third party. The consent from the landlord is usually required and there are various formalities to be completed.
How we can help you
Here at Nicholls Solicitors, we can make the buying and selling of commercial properties an effective and purposeful process, saving you the time and complexity.
“Excellent standard of service, responsive to our enquiries and handled the complex aspects of our business sensitively and giving highly specialized advice and support”RuthCheshire
We have many longstanding commercial conveyancing clients who we have taken care of for many years. We also welcome new enquiries.