If you are looking to rent your commercial property to tenants, then you will need to consider the regulations as a commercial landlord.
You will also want to ensure that you have a properly drawn up lease agreement setting out your relationship and the obligations on your tenants.
Commercial Lease Agreements
When you decide to rent out your commercial property, a lease agreement will set out what the tenant is allowed to do and not allowed to do within the premises.
The lease will ensure that you retain control of the property and enable you to remove tenants if they breach the terms of the lease.
You should remember that you will need to insure your property and you’ll be responsible for tenants in your property. Our team can help discuss your obligations and the regulations that will be imposed upon you.
Wear and tear is often overlooked when it comes to the upkeep and repair of commercial premises and you will need clear provisions in your lease agreement about who is responsible for those costs.
How We Can Help
Using our experience and wealth of knowledge, we are able to offer expert advice on all the possible methods of renting out your commercial property based on your requirements.
We are able to explain clearly the legal issues and provide open, honest and professional advice.
How to Contact our Commercial Property Solicitors
To speak to our commercial property solicitors today, simply call us on 0161 929 0121, or allow a member of the team to get back to you by filling in our online contact form. We are well known across the country and can assist wherever you are based. We have offices based in Cheshire and London.