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The number of commercial landlords in the UK who are seeing the benefits of buying properties with tenants already in situ is growing. We specialise in helping commercial landlords by offering a range of legal servies. When buying a commercial property with tenants already in situ, there are various checks that should be completed with regards to the previous tenancy agreements and the rights of the tenants. Free Initial Consultation We under...

In the event of a family business being involved in a divorce, this often places strain on both the wider family and the business. To minimise disruption to the business, family life and the finances, it’s advisable to try and agree on things from the o...

As a landlord of commercial premises, there are many reasons why you may want to take back possession of your premises. Our experts in commercial property will be able to assist with the removal of your tenants. The most common reasons for evicting a ten...

We offer commercial landlords & tenants fixed fees & tailored packages for the drafting, negotiating and signing of leases, giving you control over cost and the level of service required. What is a commercial tenancy agreement? A commercia...

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Pensions can be as valuable as the equity in your house and sometimes significantly more valuable. It is important that all pension benefits are considered when a marriage ends in order to protect what is rightfully yours. A divorce can also have a lasti...

Getting divorced can be a very stressful process and can be especially so if there is the added complication of overseas property or other international assets. If you and your spouse own foreign property together, our divorce solicitors ca...

A lease is surrendered when the tenant's interest is transferred back to the landlord and the parties accept that the lease has ended. There are formal and informal procedures to allow a lease to be surrendered, but this can be a very contentious area of ...

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