Commercial Leases, Licenses & Extensions
Our experienced team of commercial property solicitors have the appropriate experience for both landlords and tenants when seeking to:
- Acquire a lease for a commercial property from a landlord
- Provide a lease for a commercial property to a tenant
- Acquire a licence to use a commercial property from a landlord
- Provide a licence to use a commercial property to a tenant
- Extend a lease or licence
Acquisition of a lease – if you are seeking to acquire a lease on a commercial property it is essential that you use Solicitors with the appropriate experience to advise you fully on the terms of the lease and ensure you have a full understanding of each of the clauses.
We will work with you to acquire the lease on the best possible terms and also ensure you have the full understanding of your obligations so that you fully comply with the term of the lease and do not expose you and your business to issues.
It is essential that you comply with the lease terms from the date of occupation through to the surrender date and we will work with you to protect your business so you can enjoy the property you are leasing.
Provision of a lease or Licence – if you are seeking to lease or licence a commercial property you will need to instruct an experienced commercial property solicitor that will ensure the lease reflects your requirements and protects you as a landlord and the property itself.
Whether you are issuing a lease for the first time or re-letting a property with an existing lease our commercial property lawyers will ensure the lease is correctly and appropriately drafted, meets all of your own and legislative requirements.
We will deal with all enquiries that are raised by the tenant’s solicitors and negotiate on your behalf any necessary changes to the final terms of the lease.
Extending a lease or licence – when you are seeking to agree terms around the extension of a lease of licence it is necessary to review the current lease or licence to ensure that it continues to protect both parties and the extension terms are correctly presented in the extension. We represent both landlord and tenants in the agreement of and finalisation of a commercial property lease or licence extension. We understand that issues are likely to arise and we will work to ensure these are addressed quickly and efficiently enabling the lease or licence to continue on time and in accordance with the requirements of the parties.
We can act for landlords and tenants on all types of property and all types of use. When instructing Crown Law Solicitors, you will be provided with a dedicated handler who will represent you and you will have direct access to them as needed.
Our Fees & Making Contact
Where possible we will work to fixed fees but where that is not possible, often due to complexities surrounding the property itself we will provide a detailed quotation so you are fully aware of the charges that you will be required to pay and any other fees that are relevant. It is important to us that you understand all legal fees and that they are fully transparent