Our expert commercial lease solicitors based in Wembley, London act for both landlords and tenants in relation to commercial property and commercial leases.

Our commercial lease solicitors are specialised in providing legal advice and guidance related to commercial leases. They assist clients in negotiating and drafting lease agreements, reviewing existing leases, resolving disputes, and ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

Are you looking for a solicitor to renew or extend your commercial property lease? Call our fixed-fee commercial lease solicitors in London on 020 3417 3700.

Table of Contents

  1. Commercial Lease Solicitors in London
  2. Commercial property services
  3. What is a commercial property lease?
  4. What should you consider when reviewing a commercial lease?
  5. What steps are involved in resolving a lease dispute?
  6. Why do you need a commercial lease solicitor?
  7. Why choose Wembley Solicitors for a commercial lease?
  8. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  9. Need Legal Advice & Assistance?

Commercial property services

Wembley Solicitors assists commercial landlords, tenants, buyers and sellers throughout England and Wales with their commercial property law matters. The clients we serve range in size from small to multi-national businesses and span all industry sectors.

Wembley Solicitors' commercial property law department provides a wide range of bespoke legal services, including:

Our team of commercial lease solicitors in London deals with all aspects of buying and selling commercial properties. Need help? Call us today at 020 3417 3700.

What is a commercial property lease?

A commercial property lease is a legally binding agreement between a landlord and a tenant, outlining the terms and conditions of renting a commercial property. The lease sets out the duration of the tenancy, the rent being paid, the responsibilities of both the landlord and tenant, maintenance procedures, and any other relevant details. A commercial property lease is often used for businesses that need space for operations such as offices, retail stores, warehouses, or factories.

What should you consider when reviewing a commercial lease?

When reviewing a commercial lease, you should consider factors such as the lease term, rent and rent escalation clauses, repair and maintenance obligations, break clauses, subletting and assignment rights, renewal options, alterations and improvements, insurance requirements, and dispute resolution mechanisms.

What steps are involved in resolving a lease dispute?

If a dispute arises between you and your landlord or another party involved in the lease, our commercial lease solicitor in London can help you navigate the dispute resolution process. This may involve negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or potentially litigation if necessary.

Why do you need a commercial lease solicitor?

Engaging a commercial lease solicitor is crucial to protect your interests and ensure that your lease agreement is fair, legally binding, and in line with your business objectives. They have expertise in lease negotiations, legal terminology, and potential pitfalls that can arise during the lease process.

Why choose Wembley Solicitors for a commercial lease?

  • We have extensive knowledge and experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases
  • Our commercial lease solicitors provide legal services on a fixed fee basis without blowing your budget and with no hidden costs
  • We provide professional legal advice and assistance at every step and keep you updated as your matter progresses
  • We provide legal services remotely throughout England and Wales. You do not need to physically attend our office
  • We have a team of qualified and accredited solicitors
  • We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), so you know you are in safe hands

We provide legal advice and services to both landlords and tenants. Call our property solicitor today at 020 3417 3700 for more information about the services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, a commercial lease solicitor can assist you with lease renewal or termination. We can advise you on the notice period required, any conditions or obligations you need to fulfil, negotiate new lease terms if applicable, or guide you through the termination process to minimize potential legal issues.

The duration of a commercial lease transaction can vary depending on multiple factors, including the complexity of the lease, the responsiveness of the parties involved, and any negotiations or amendments required. It's best to consult with a solicitor to get an estimate based on your specific circumstances.

A solicitor can assist in negotiating favourable lease terms on your behalf. They will review the proposed lease agreement, identify any potential issues, suggest amendments or additions, to protect your rights and negotiate with the landlord or their solicitor to reach a mutually beneficial outcome.

There are many commercial lease solicitors in London but really difficult to find a good solicitor to deal with commercial lease and commercial property matters.

You can find reputable commercial lease solicitors in London by seeking recommendations from trusted sources, such as other business owners or Google customer reviews.

It's advisable to schedule initial consultations with a solicitor to assess their expertise, approach, and compatibility with your needs.

You should ensure that commercial lease solicitors are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Wembley Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under SRA registration number 806549.

Do you need legal advice or assistance with a commercial property lease? Our expert property solicitors are ready to help you. We're authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), so you know you're in safe hands.

Contact our solicitor today to get legal advice and assistance with your legal matters.

You can call us on 02034173700 or leave your details here for a callback request regarding your legal matter.

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