If you are considering renting or occupying commercial property, andersonbain can provide practical advice for both landlords and tenants. Negotiating a leasing arrangement can be tricky, which is why it is always recommended to instruct a solicitor who not only has excellent legal skills, but your best interests in mind.
Disputes between commercial landlords and tenants are common, and they can be costly to your business. Having an experienced commercial lawyer by your side can help ensure that the terms of your lease are clear from the outset, helping you to avoid any costly errors. Where disputes do arise, we can advise you of your legal position and help you to resolve matters with efficiency and professionalism.
To discuss your specific needs and concerns with our commercial property team, get in touch with us today. You can call us 01224 456 789 or complete our online form with some necessary details, and we will get back to you right away.
What is a Commercial Landlord responsible for?
As a commercial landlord, you will have certain obligations and responsibilities when it comes to letting out property in Scotland. You may be unsure what repairs (if any) you are legally required to handle . Our lawyers are well-equipped with the knowledge you need to ensure you adhere to your duties as a commercial landlord.
We also appreciate that you will want your property to be looked after and for your tenant to be respectful to the lease terms but, unfortunately, this is not always the case. Should there be a problem with your tenant, we are happy to advise on the service of Schedules of Dilapidation. This can help remind the tenant of their duty to leave the property in the same condition as it was when they moved in. No matter what the dispute may be, andersonbain’s commercial property lawyers strive to handle the situation as efficiently as possible.
What can we do for Commercial Tenants?
If you are a tenant in a commercial space, it is crucial you know your legal rights to the property. For example, security of tenure is something which will be important to you .. Perhaps your landlord has handed you a break clause and therefore, is ending your lease early. Our commercial property team take pride in providing straightforward and proactive advice to commercial tenants, ensuring that they are protected from any potentially unlawful evictions.
Qualified Legal Services for Commercial Landlord & Tenants
Whether you are a landlord or tenant, renting or occupying commercial property can be a complex process. At andersonbain, we have years of experience in helping take care of the details when it comes to commercial property, from drafting leases and Heads of Terms, to terminating a lease with your current tenant; all to help you move forward in your business pursuits with confidence.
The highly experienced commercial landlord and tenant lawyers at andersonbain can also provide expert guidance on the following:
- Agreements for lease
- Rent review
- Termination of leases
- Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT)
- Fixture issues
- Lease assignments
- Lease renewals
- Licences to occupy/ for works
We regularly work with companies from all backgrounds and industries, including retail, leisure, professional and manufacturing. Our lawyers specialise in helping Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and appreciate the distinct challenges SMEs are likely to face. Get in touch with us today to find out how we can assist you with commercial property matters.
Contact Our Commercial Landlord & Tenant Lawyers in Aberdeen, Scotland
If you are looking for specialist commercial landlord and tenant advice and assistance, andersonbain can help. Our solicitors understand that commercial clients value an exceptional level of service and personal attention. Commercial property is a highly technical area of practice that requires attention to detail and practical application.
Our lawyers provide pragmatic advice tailored to your specific circumstances and desired outcome. To discuss your needs with one of our solicitors, call us today on 01224 456 789, or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you right away. We look forward to assisting you.