Whether you are a buyer, seller, landlord or tenant Oratto has a member commercial property lawyer who is right for you and your needs.

Commercial lettings and leases require a legal service that is tailored to meet individual needs. This is why we enable our users to search through our member lawyer profiles to find the specialist who is right for them. For those who prefer, try our client-solicitor matching service.

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All areas of commercial letting and leases

All the commercial property lawyers featured here possess a proven body of expertise in multiple areas of commercial letting and leases; however, depending on your needs, you may wish to select a specialist in one or more of the following:

  • Underletting and subletting
  • Surrenders, break-clauses and re-gears
  • Rent reviews
  • Negotiation of new commercial lease
  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
  • Business tenancy security
  • Lease assignments
  • Dilapidations
  • End of lease legal issues
  • Commercial tenancy transactions
  • Tax implications, Stamp Duty Land Tax and VAT
  • Tenant insolvency
  • Lease renewals
  • Property management
  • Sub-lettings
  • Lease variations
  • Breach of covenant
  • Mortgages
  • Licenses and guarantees

Commercial leases

Entering into a commercial lease agreement is a considerable undertaking for both landlord and tenant – for the tenant it is a major investment, while for the landlord it is major act of trust involving a significant asset.

Whether the premises concerned is a retail premises, an office, a restaurant or warehouse, to have long term viability and benefit for both parties the agreement should be carefully drafted and scrutinised by suitable commercial property solicitors.

The agreement should clearly state the rights and responsibilities of both parties and should clearly lay out any special rules or requirements.

Commercial letting and leases

Drafting and negotiating commercial letting and lease agreements requires expertise and understanding from an experienced commercial property lawyer. Having the right specialist to advance your interests can be crucial in ensuring you achieve your objectives.

The right representation from an Oratto member lawyer means that you will be in a much stronger position to achieve your goals whether as a landlord or commercial tenant.

There are a number of ways to contact Oratto; by phone, an online chat or by filling in our Oratto Match form. Whatever the case, we will quickly and efficiently ensure you are put in contact with a member solicitor who is right for you.

Oratto member lawyers – at your side in landlord and tenant matters for commercial property.