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Choosing Saracens Solicitors as your commercial lease solicitor in London

Commercial Lease Solicitor in London

If you want a law firm that conforms to the highest standards of practice and understands the various challenges of commercial leasing then Saracens Solicitors can help. We offer our clients a gold standard of service that covers all aspect of commercial conveyancing, negotiating lease terms, terminating leases, and much more.

Property law changes frequently and you need to stay up to date in order to protect yourself and your business. Saracens Solicitors is committed to investment in their legal team’s continuous professional development so you can trust that you are getting the best advice.

We are proud to display the Law Society’s Lexcel mark, which shows that we meet strict quality standards with regards to structure and strategy, financial management, information management, people management, risk management, client care, and file and case management within our own firm. We work consistently to offer you excellent service supported by these systems when you engage us as your commercial lease solicitor in London.

Aspects of commercial leasing

We can design a custom service package for you whether you are a landlord or a tenant and whatever stage you are at in the commercial lease process.

Our experience includes, but is not limited to:

  • Breach of covenants and lease termination

Everyone wants to have a good relationship with their landlord or tenant but, sometimes, things can get complicated and difficult. When that happens, engaging a professional to meditate, negotiate and reach a legal agreement on your behalf can take away a lot of the stress that could, potentially, be involved

  • Commercial leases

Commercial leases are complex, legal documents that can take many different forms. They are in place to protect all parties involved but there are ways in which they can be drafted to your advantage. As a commercial lease solicitor in London, we take every step to ensure that your rights are enumerated and that your obligations are clear.

  • Landlord’s consent to make alterations to premises

Even after the lease has started, you may wish to make alterations to suit your business. The way that you apply for landlord consent in these situations can be laid out in the original lease but, if not, we can negotiate for you and ensure you understand the latitude and limitations of any agreement.

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