This includes preparing, checking and negotiating leases for retail shops, office units, factories and warehouses. We can offer advice to landlords who are experiencing difficulties with tenants be it in respect of paying sums due under the lease or performing their lease obligations. We can also advise landlords as to their options should they experience a tenant entering into a form of insolvency. Equally Thursfields can also advise tenants if they are experiencing difficulties with their landlord performing their own obligations under a lease.

We can also assist you with the sale and purchase of commercial leasehold property, as well as assisting with ongoing lease management matters, such as lease renewals, assignments, rent deposit deeds and licences to alter.

 

Advising a media company on the short term lease which lead to the acquisition of the long leasehold interest in the property. The property was adjacent to a military site and therefore required specialist environmental investigation. Also acted for a major UK bank in registering their security against the property.


Our lawyers’ recent experience includes:

  • Acting for a large specialist hospital in London on various commercial property matters including the purchase of the head lease of premises in Harley Street, London.

Commercial and Residential Development

Commercial Property Management

Commercial Leases

Commercial Property Disputes

Planning Obligation Deeds / Section.106 Agreements

Security Advice

Sale and Purchase of Business Premises

Sale and Purchase of Property Based Businesses

Energy Performance Certificates

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