Commercial Property Solihull
Find comprehensive business support for your commercial property projects with Pearcelegal.
Commercial property is a complex sector that requires careful oversight. Whatever your commercial property goals, our team can help you to find solutions that help to keep you on track and on budget every step of the way.
Commercial property is a significant investment that requires careful consideration. Whether you plan to be an owner-occupier or landlord, our team can help you navigate this complex sector. And if the property is yet to be developed, we can help throughout the development process, allowing you to focus on the project at hand. We help businesses secure plots, raise funding and provide a solid business case for prospective lenders.
The Pearcelegal commercial property team helps businesses of all sizes and legal structures. We can assist with buying, selling and letting business property in Solihull and throughout the UK. We help anticipate issues before they arise, resulting in streamlined commercial property transactions. For comprehensive legal advice on your commercial property requirements, get in touch with Pearcelegal today.
Understanding commercial property law
From securing financing to negotiating the best possible terms for your lease, our expert legal team can provide cost-effective solutions to common business obstacles. We work with companies across Solihull and the surrounding regions to navigate commercial property law and protect their business interests. We act on behalf of buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants to ensure smooth transactions with minimal disruption to your business. Typical requests include:
Conveyancing for purchases and sales
Assisting with development projects
Resolving disputes between landlords and tenants
Get in touch with Pearcelegal today to discuss your commercial property requirements.
Frequently asked questions
How long is a typical commercial lease?
A commercial lease period will typically last from 1 to 25 years. The average is around 6 years, but this is often up for negotiation. Working with a commercial property solicitor will help you to secure preferential terms.
What does a commercial property solicitor do?
The role of the commercial property solicitor is varied and can include tasks such as property conveyancing, preparing tenant leases and resolving conflicts that arise throughout the property development process. Having the support of a commercial property solicitor can help you to avoid common pitfalls and expensive mistakes.
Who pays for a commercial lease to be drawn up?
The tenant will often prepare the lease as they will need to request specific terms. Both parties need to seek legal advice to avoid costly mistakes.
What is a landlord responsible for in a commercial lease?
In general, a landlord would be responsible for the maintenance of structural components of the leased property. They would also be responsible for replacements which are considered capital expenditure, such as the roof or foundations. This needs to be clearly outlined in the lease, so it’s important to seek legal advice before moving forward with a commercial letting.
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