Commercial leases for landlord and tenants
The lease gives a tenant the right to use a property for a business or commercial activity for a period of time in exchange for money paid to the landlord.
Depending on which way you want to extend your lease, either informal or formal, you will require the services of a specialist solicitor.
A tenancy agreement allows a tenant to live in a property as long as he pays rent and follow the rules. It can be written down or oral.
Evicting a tenant
You can evict tenants who have an Assured Shorthold Tenancy using a Section 21 or Section 8 notice, or both.
3 Steps to Evict a Tenant
We will write and send a Section 8 or 21 Notice on your problem tenant. This will warn them to pay the outstanding rent or to leave the property.Step 3:
If your problem tenant has not left your property by the date set by the Judge, we will instruct bailiffs to physically remove them from your property.
If the tenant does not respond, we will arrange court proceedings to obtain a possession order and money judgement from the County Court.
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Commercial Leasing or Tenancy Agreement Process
Landlords: When you provide a lease, you’ll want to make sure that your lease is fully compliant with the terms that have been written. We will ensure your agreements are accurate and are understood by both parties.
Commercial Tenants & Occupiers: When you are given a commercial property lease, you need to make sure you’re aware of exactly what you’re signing up for.
Our solicitors can help explain the small print of your lease so you don’t come across any unexpected surprises during your tenancy. We can negotiate an early release/termination of your tenancy if you wish to vacate the premises. Alternatively, if you wish to continue renting once the lease has ended, then we can help you with lease renewals.
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