The majority of business premises are leased by their users rather than owned freehold and will be subject to landlord and tenant agreements during the time of their occupation to include, among other things, conditions of tenancy and rent payable.
The commercial property solicitors at George Ide LLP have many years of experience in relieving business principals from unnecessary worry over legal pitfalls which may await them when buying, renewing or terminating a lease.
Protecting their clients’ interests and, at the same time, being commercially-aware of how decisions will affect them leads the business team at George Ide to offer advice tempered with local knowledge and financial common sense.
Where disputes arise over a tenant’s rights or there are concerns over breach of lease conditions, the team will take immediate action to prevent disruption to the client’s business.
Conversely, if a commercial property owner is looking for a solicitor who can draft a lease or act on the landlord’s behalf in a tenancy matter, George Ide LLP can help with all aspects including rent arrears, tenant insolvency and notices issued under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
With our reliable commercial property legal department behind you, you can be sure of the best of attention whenever you need it.
Our forward-looking business services department offers practical and affordable advice for landlords and tenants in all commercial situations. Call our office in Chichester today or, for direct contact details and to find out more about the team, please click on the staff profiles featured on the right hand side of this page.