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Business Leases

Business lease is an important document, which must be drafted carefully. Poorly drawn up business lease may have destructive impact on your businesses, therefore it is important that you get it prepared by a professional.

Drafting your business lease

First steps in drafting a business lease are extremely important and it is vital that you will understand and prepare for all elements of the lease and it’s associated obligations. Failure to do so may cause problems to your business and it may be then very difficult if not impossible to renegotiate your business lease terms once signed. Such leases can cover periods of many years so it’s important to consider all terms carefully by both parties before signing it and even more important to make sure its prepared to the right standard and will not bring your business problems in the future. Calices Solicitors will help you every step of the way, while drafting your business lease and negotiate hard to get the best terms on your behalf.

Negotiating renewals of your business lease

Renewals of business leases are an important part for continuity of a stable source of revenue and serve as a safeguard to protect against any present/possible problems after signing the renewal. You should contact us at least six months prior to the time your lease is due to expire and you may also need to hire a surveyor for further rent negotiations. All required information would be given to you by one of our business lease specialists.

Transferring your business lease

There are occasions when company needs to transfer its lease to someone else; this can be due to variety of reasons. To make this happen and start the process there must be appropriate preparations in place and most importantly consent of the landlord. Properly prepared documentation and evidence that the future leaseholder will be responsible and with good repayment history is absolutely necessary so that the whole process will go ahead smoothly without disruptions.

Our highly experienced team will help you in all above cases, leaving your mind focused on what’s most important – your business.

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