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Many businesses choose a commercial lease rather than buying premises. This can give more flexibility in your premises, which is important if your business looks to expand.

A commercial property lease also involves lower initial outgoings, which is an important consideration, especially for new businesses, but does mean you need to be certain of what you’re signing up to so you can make sure it meets your future ambitions aswell.

At Jones Whyte, our commercial property solicitors will be able to advise on commercial leases for tenants and property owners, helping to ensure you receive the best outcomes while supporting you in understanding the full commercial leasing process.

We will help you ensure your lease is in the best interests of your business.

Before you sign a commercial real estate lease, speak to our team of commercial leasing solicitors.

Commercial property leasing services

Our team of commercial leasing lawyers are on hand to help ensure the process is as smooth as possible for you. We have a wealth of experience in guiding clients through the commercial leasing process from start to finish and will work with you on various matters including:

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

2. Rent reviews, service charges, assignment, subletting, and termination of the lease – helping to ensure all costs are noted and agreed upfront, and all parties are aware of any necessary repayments upon termination.

3. Working with both landlords and tenants to help you meet your specific needs – we know different parties have different requirements, so we’ll work with both sides to help agree a suitable outcome for all.

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What is included in the commercial leasing process?

Prior to 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.

We know that every lease is different, so our team of commercial leasing lawyers will work with you every step of the way to ensure you understand what is happening and are comfortable with how the contractual agreement is progressing.

Contact Jones Whyte to discuss commercial lease agreements in the UK.

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Our experienced commercial property solicitors can help you with many issues, including:

Jones Whyte solicitors have the knowledge and experience to ensure that any commercial property transactions are concluded quickly and are in your business’s best interests.

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