COMMERCIAL LEASE GRANTS
When it comes to commercial leases, both sides are looking for a deal that will be right for them throughout the contract, and when it ends too.
We work with both tenants and landlords who are granting, signing, renewing or ending commercial leases.
We can also help with other lease-management tasks such as assigning or altering leases.
Commercial lease grants
The terms of your lease will affect your finances and how your firm develops for years to come. That’s why expert advice is vital.
It’s best if we get involved at the earliest stage – either before the lease is drafted, or when you have heads of terms from your landlord. However, we can still help if the lease is already drafted.
We normally act on a ‘fully instructed’ basis, meaning that you give us the right to negotiate the terms of the lease on your behalf. We’ll guide you through the whole process, explaining everything that happens in plain English.
Points to consider
Signing a lease? Our advice is to look before you leap.
Jumping into a lease is easy. But it’s a lot harder to anticipate what will be going on in your business years from now, and how your lease could affect it. For us, it’s all about looking after your business and thinking ahead.
First and foremost, you want to understand the costs, what you get for your money and your rights as a tenant. But there’s much more.
For example, if you’re negotiating off plan, it can be hard to picture exactly what you’re signing up for. What if you’re ready to move but your new premises aren’t ready?
There’s no crystal ball in business. If you need to leave, will you be able to exercise a break clause and not lose out? There’s nothing worse than having your growth constrained by a lease you can’t get out of.
Finally, what rights will you have at the end of the lease? What if you want to walk away, or renew on different terms?
To learn more about our lease service and arrange a consultation, just get in touch.
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