Buying and selling commercial property involves two parties with a common goal. Our solicitors recognise this and strive to get the deal done in a timely and efficient manner.
Commercial property, like people, comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether freehold or leasehold, long or short lease, occupied or vacant, transacted by private individuals, companies, institutions, developers or investors, our team of commercial property solicitors understand that straightforward property acquisitions and disposals can become bogged down in legal issues; we do our best to un-complicate matters, enabling us to move to the common goal of all parties – the completion date. Our commercial property solicitors have been instrumental in many property acquisitions and disposals across the country.
Our team can guide you through each and every step of the buying and selling process – from the initial discussions on heads of terms, investigating titles, raising and answering enquiries, looking at searches, negotiating contract and transfer terms, through to completion. Our solicitors are happy to work with other professionals such as surveyors, bankers, accountants or agents to ensure that each element of the deal is accomplished in a time-efficient manner.
In addition to having extensive knowledge of commercial property acquisitions, disposals and the potential issues that can arise, our legal team is supported by other internal specialists in dispute resolution, land development and company and commercial law. Our team also has strong links with external professionals in the fields of accountancy, tax, VAT, surveying and finance which enables us to recommend our clients to the right professional based not only on the type and value of the transaction but also on the right fit for the client. We pride ourselves on being able to bring the right person to the fore in any situation to best achieve the desired outcome.
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