Commercial property leasing can be very complicated. So, if you are running a business or renting property, you will really benefit from good legal support. Good support that means landlords can manage multiple tenants easily. If you are a tenant, you can just get on with running your business without worrying about the small print.
Securing the advice of a good lawyer means the potentially tricky process of leasing a property can be make so much smoother; agreements can be signed faster and both parties can get where they need to be, with a minimum of fuss.
‘One stop shop’
For Landlords and commercial tenants, we provide a one-stop shop; giving advice on leases, letting, subletting and even disputes where they arise. With Sehgal’s property lawyers on call, you can stop worrying about negotiations and lease documents. Our advice will help you understand the issues you are facing and what obligations you have, so you can make good decisions for your business.
We act for both landlords and tenants in freehold and leasehold properties. We can arrange leases and draw up subletting agreements. Where circumstances require, we can litigate on behalf of landlords and for commercial tenants where landlords breach agreements.
If you need help with any of the following, call us now for an informal discussion:
- Leases and agreements
- Lease renewals
- Security of tenure
- Break clauses
- Repair obligations
- Rent review
- Service charge provisions
We have worked for a wide range of commercial landlords and tenants. Our clients operate in a variety of sectors, such as:
- Retail/shopping centres
- Office developments
- Business Parks
- Licensed premises
- Mixed city developments
Our approach – seeing the ‘big’ picture
At Sehgal, we believe to be truly effective, our job isn’t just to draw up a lease. We think that we give the best advice when we have taken the time to build up a relationship with a client and understand their wider business objectives and long-term plans.
If our lawyers are part of your team, they can point out if there are any issues that may affect you in the longer term and help you protect the value of your investments. When giving advice to tenants, if we have a clear view of their ambitions, we can negotiate to keep leases as flexible as possible giving space for the business to grow or change direction.
Get in touch
If you are a landlord or tenant and needing advice, please don’t hesitate to call us and arrange an appointment with one of our property lawyers to discuss your current and future requirements informally.