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Whether you are buying, selling or leasing commercial property in Scotland, we know the procedures to follow and the pitfalls to avoid and our commercial conveyancing solicitors will assist you to find and conclude the best deal quickly and efficiently.

Rent Reviews, Lease Transfers and Termination of Leases

We have considerable experience also in rent reviews, commercial property leasing, lease transfers and termination of leases in Scotland. Our landlord lawyers provide specialist legal advice for landlords in Scotland. Our solicitors also have a breadth of expertise in acting for tenants with rent reviews, lease transfers and lease terminations.

Whether you are based in Bearsden or Mingavie, or elsewhere in the West End or South Side of Glasgow or elsewhere in Central Scotland, we can help you with your commercial property legal requirements.

Contact our Commercial Property Lawyer in Glasgow, Scotland: Malcolm M. A. Goddard

To find out how our commercial property lawyers can help you or to arrange an initial consultation with one of our solicitors, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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