Business Leases

Business Lease Solicitors in Whetstone

Wanting to rent office space? Found your perfect business property? Need help with the lease?

Whether you are a landlord letting property or a commercial tenant wanting to take a new lease, we can advise you right from the start and ensure that your business is protected from any future risk.

Carlsons are experts in leasehold matters and have many years of experience in acting for both landlords and tenants, advising and negotiating for them on all aspects of business leases.

Whether you are a landlord or tenant, we can help you with:

  • Long term leases
  • Short term leases
  • Assignments
  • Subleases
  • Occupational leases
  • Surrender of lease
  • Negotiation

What is a Business Lease?

A tenancy or lease exists where someone lets premises to another for a term in return for a rent. The term of the letting is usually a number of years.

The expression "business lease" is commonly used to refer to a tenancy of premises used for the purpose of running some kind of business. The premises may be a building, part of a building or even open land, used, for example, as a temporary car park. The term "business" as used in this context does not, however, include agriculture or farming, where a different set of rules and customs apply.

We Can Help You with Your Business Lease

Our expert team of business lease solicitors in Whetstone will ensure your business lease best protects both your immediate and long term commercial interests. We will help you secure the right form of lease for your property or business and will help you negotiate appropriate terms and provisions to enable either party to vacate the property or pass the lease on to another party before the end of the lease term.

We can assist with items such as:

  • Forfeiture
  • Break clauses
  • FRI - full repair and insuring
  • Guarantors
  • Insurance
  • Landlord's covenants
  • Landlord's continuing liability 
  • Licence to assign
  • Rent reviews
  • Repairing liability
  • Dilapidation reviews
  • Right to renew
  • Tenant's continuing liability

Commercial Tenants – We Can Help You Lease a Business Property

We know that leasing the right property is, perhaps, one of the most critical business decisions you will ever make, so it is important that you are properly advised.

Leasing a property can make good business sense as it gives you extra flexibility and can protect you from any potential financial loss when having to buy and sell commercial property.

Our team of specialist leasehold solicitors in Whetstone can negotiate with your landlord, on your behalf, to secure the best terms and provisions in your business lease, protecting you and your business interests.

We will guide and advise you throughout the documentation process, offering sound professional advice at all times. We can help you to agree “heads of terms” with your landlord which will set out details about the property and give you a chance to iron out any issues at an early stage.  We can help you with your due diligence pack and contract that your landlord will provide when your head of terms are agreed. We will help you review all of this documentation and help you identify any potential risks or threats to your business.

Commercial Landlords – We Can Help You with Your Business Leases

Carlsons are experts in preparing quality watertight leases for commercial landlords, ensuring that your business and investment interests are protected at all times.

We will work with you to negotiate the best terms and provisions, advising you of where concessions can be made to ensure your property remains occupied and profitable.

Legal Costs

We are happy to discuss costs and fee paying arrangements with you. Where possible, we will work with you on a cost basis that suits your individual requirements and budget.

Contact Us Now

To make an appointment or to find out more about how our business lease solicitors in Whetstone can help you lease a commercial property, telephone our dedicated team on 020 8445 3331 or email: admin@carlsonssolicitors.com Alternatively, you can complete our quick online enquiry form.