Commercial landlord services

What we do

Our commercial property solicitors work alongside clients to make sure they have the information they need to stay ahead of the game. Our experience in the consistently changing property market allows us to react decisively and swiftly when it comes to legal advice and guidance.

Our clients have a variety of property needs including, companies, partnerships, individuals, LP’s, LLP’s, charities, and pension funds.

We aim to explore every avenue of dispute resolution, resolving matters without prejudice through arbitration and mediation.

Our services

Unfortunately, some disputes cannot be resolved quickly, whenever this problem presents itself we will act on behalf of our clients to represent them through the matter when raising court proceedings. Our goal is to reach the best outcome with minimal disruption and costs to our clients.

We adapt our services to meet any requirements you may have and discuss the option of fixed fees wherever possible

Our services include:

  • Section 8 and 21 Notices
  • Notices to quit
  • Dilapidation Claims
  • Recovering property possessions for Landlords
  • Enforcement of County Court Judgments

Commercial leases

A lease is used when you are letting property for a period of time. A commercial lease confirms and enhances the relationship between both landlord and tenant.

Common inclusions within a commercial lease include:

  • Section 8 and 21 Notices
  • Notices to quit
  • Dilapidation Claims
  • Recovering property possessions for Landlords
  • Enforcement of County Court Judgments

If you have a mortgage that allows the occupation of a property, it is essential to have a lease agreement in place. Failure to maintain a lease or tenancy document could result in you paying out large expenses and consequences. As soon as the opportunity arises, it is important to identify the provisions of your agreement with the tenant or occupier.

A correctly drafted lease will allow you to keep control of your property. An uncertain relationship between tenant and landowner can result in issues arising, which can end in expensive litigation.

We have a professional experienced team who are able to advise a range of landlords and tenants, from individuals to corporate bodies, when it comes to negotiating lease renewals or new leases.

Contact Knight Polson today to discuss your legal requirements with our team of experts.