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Types of Tenancies (England)

Lease/agreement for commercial property

9 May 2017 | 1 comment

Are you able to help with drawing up a lease/agreement to let a commercial property please? it is a 1 year lease.

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  1. guildy

    Unfortunately, this is not something supported by the Guild. It’s quite complicated and if not done properly, the tenant will have a continuing right to renewals for life (except if there are grounds to refuse a renewal).

    There are ways to avoid the right to renewal but as we say, out of our scope.

    Also, there is no such thing as a standard commercial lease because each one will need it’s own clauses for the specific needs of the property, landlord and tenant.

    You would be best to use a specialist solicitor for this. We have a solicitor on our website who can offer a 10 minute free consultation who may be able to assist.

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