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Commercial Property Lease Renewals

For the majority of businesses who lease a commercial property, there is a statutory right to renew the lease when it ends.

Whether you are a landlord or tenant, if there is a commercial property occupied by a business tenant you should have in mind what happens when the initial term of the lease comes to an end.

When considering lease renewals, we can help you consider the options available to best suit your business needs and advise on timings. We can also help with preparing and serving the notices, and ensuring either landlord or tenant’s interests are protected and a renewal lease is implemented.

From the landlord’s perspective, if there is a desire and the grounds to bring the lease to an end, we can help and also recover possession of the commercial property if necessary.

Contact our team of specialist commercial property dispute lawyers for a no-obligation discussion.

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