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Commercial Lease Agreement Review – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Commercial Lease Agreement Review - Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 has brought disruption to businesses across the globe at an unprecedented level. We are fielding calls and emails from landlords and tenants, scrambling with a lot of uncertainty and unanswered questions – and we understand exactly how you feel. […]


Landlord’s consent when selling your business lease | Commercial Property

Landlord’s consent when selling your business lease

Amidst the ongoing recession many business owners are looking for a way out and the most common route is to sell an entire business.  It is not unheard of for business owners to privately draw up an agreement with the […]


Keeping Your Options Open

Option Agreements

Option Agreements | Commercial Property Have you recently found the perfect piece of land for your new development and want to ensure it is not sold out from under your nose while you are gaining planning permission?  Or perhaps you […]


Option Agreements And Overage Provisions, The Importance Of Accurate Drafting

Option Agreements And Overage Provisions, The Importance Of Accurate Drafting - Saracens Solicitors

Mr Sparks is a forward-thinking clever man. I make this presumption on the fact that over several years he purchased land, ripe for development, parcel by parcel, for the purposes of funding his retirement. By 2000, Mr Sparks had acquired […]


Chancellor Philip Hammond Could Make Millions From His Option Agreement

Pity poor Philip Hammond. As Chancellor of the Exchequer, he is charged with ensuring the UK remains financially solvent during a time when many sense the country is about to commit economic suicide in the form of Brexit, however he […]


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