When a charity or not for profit organisation buys, sells or leases a property there are additional considerations and statutory requirements that do not apply to private individuals or companies.
We work with a number of charities, and we use this experience to guide you through the necessary statutory or regulatory steps that need to be taken both before and after completion.
We can help your charity or not for profit organisation when real estate issues arise – whether you are looking to acquire or dispose of leasehold or freehold premises or develop land.
"Praised for its ‘superb business acumen’, Actons' real estate practice handles commercial and development transactions, landlord and tenant work and secured lending matters, especially for banks. The group also provides property support to corporate transactions."The Legal 500 2018 (Commercial Property (Notts & Derby))
"As a charity which operates in highly-regulated areas of service provision, Framework needs prompt, affordable, dependable legal advice. We get this, and much more, from Actons. They understand our needs, and their response is always friendly and balanced. Actons is a highly-valued partner."Adam Jacobs, Head of Property & Development – Framework
"Amanda Gordon handled the acquisitions of residential and operational premises for a local charity, acted for a major bank during the refinancing of a portfolio comprising mixed residential and commercial properties, and advised on the acquisition of an industrial site by the existing tenant and a pension fund."The Legal 500
"Actons’ property practice recently acted for a number of banks on the refinancing of an industrial site, and separately assisted several local developers on plot sales. Director Amanda Gordon regularly undertakes freehold and leasehold work."The Legal 500
The Legal 500 2021: Commercial Property – Nottingham & DerbyActons' Nottingham practice predominantly advises a range of clients, including developers and high-net-worth individuals, on land and property acquisitions. Amanda Gordon handles the real estate aspects of corporate transactions, including joint ventures and partnership dissolutions. Caroline Pearson's expertise lies in freehold and leasehold sales and acquisitions, and also landlord and tenant work. Zoe Romain, who made partner in 2019, is another key member of the team.