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Commercial Conveyancing

If you’re involved in purchasing, selling or leasing commercial property, either as an owner, occupier, investor or developer, you must make sure you are properly advised.

Our team of solicitors, working with other property professionals. such as your estate agent, and Local Authorities, can manage any size of project. We appoint a single key contact from within the practice to ensure a regular flow of updates, advice and information during the transaction.

Our lawyers have a wide range of property experience including:
•Collateral warranties
•Compulsory land purchase
•Corporate property finance
•Disputes and property litigation
•Estate development & plot sales
•Estate management
•Mineral leases
•Planning law
•Property development
•Sale and leaseback
•Sales and purchases
•Secured lending

The types of properties we regularly deal with can include anything from shops and offices to barn conversions, industrial units, commercial trading estates, retail and leisure developments and large residential estates.
We take a practical and commercial approach aimed at helping you complete your property deals quickly, with confidence, and with value for money.
For those new to commercial conveyancing, we offer a hands-on service to guide you through the maze of issues you need to consider before agreeing terms.
For more details, please email

Commercial Litigation

We offer a wide range of services and advice to our commercial clients. Particular areas where you may need the assistance of a Solicitor will often include:

•Debt Recovery
•Terminating business tenancies
•Forfeiting a residential/commercial lease
•Lease extensions
•Collective enfranchisement
•Disputes which may lead to the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal

For more information please contact Amar Basra

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