Commercial Lease

For commercial leases to be executed properly, are to every business owner a must if their businesses are to survive.

This process often involves a lot of intricate matters that must be dealt with properly and precisely, otherwise the outcome could cost the business owner a lot of unwanted financial trouble. We, therefore, are here to assist you by providing experienced solicitors and support staff. Below are the areas that we can assist you within the area of Commercial Leases:

  • Acting for Lessor or Lessee in drafting and granting a new lease
  • Acting for Lessor or Lessee in transferring Lease

Related Q & A

Q: WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE A LEASE DISPUTE?
A:

Whether you are a lessor or lessee, the first thing when you have a dispute with the other party is calm down and read the lease agreement again. Before taking any action, it is always advisable to make sure that what you intend to do is supported by law and the terms of the lease. An agreement i

Q: WHAT HAPPENS IF A LESSEE “HOLDS OVER” AFTER A LEASE EXPIRES?
A:

A lessee “holds over” if they continue to stay at the premises and pay rent after the lease expires. This may happen when, for example, the lessee did not exercise his option to renew the lease or there is no agreement to extend or renew the lease.

 

When a lessee holds ove

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