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Commercial Leasing, Scotland

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The laws surrounding commercial leasing in Scotland can be extremely complex, and having an experienced commercial solicitor overlooking proceedings can make a huge difference when it comes to protecting yourself and your business.

Whether you are a landlord looking to rent out your property, or a tenant looking to take on a commercial lease, Jones Whyte Law can help. Our leasing agreement lawyers have a wealth of experience in the retail, office, industrial and leisure sectors. Find out more about commercial property in Scotland.

Ensuring that all the clauses included in a commercial lease are accurate from the outset can help prevent any future disputes and the associated costs of litigation or dispute resolution. 

Many other important aspects of leasing can benefit from sound legal advice, including rent reviews, service charges, assignment, subletting and the termination of the lease.

We work with landlords and tenants to help meet your specific needs, and our legal services and guidance can help provide security and clarity for your leasing agreement. We always ensure that commercial property solicitor fees are fair.

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Before completion and signing of a lease, missives must be concluded for the commercial lease, which is constituted by an offer, an acceptance and any letters to agree on the terms of the lease.

There is no entry to the premises without signed missives. The offer will usually contain a number of clauses and conditions, which can vary depending on the property and the wishes of the tenant and the landlord. Once all clauses are agreed upon, a binding contract exists and neither party can back out unless both parties agree.

Our experience across various popular commercial sectors means we can provide expert insight into your lease agreement. By ensuring your lease is legally sound you can help protect your own best interests and prevent any unnecessary headaches or expenses in the future.

Of course, if you decide that commercial leasing isn’t right for you, and decide to buy premises, our team can help. Find out more about commercial purchases and sales in Scotland.

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