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Are you looking to buy or sell your existing lease or are you taking a new lease from a landlord?

Any business, large or small, will need premises. Taking a lease as a commercial tenant when expanding your business is an exciting but frightening time. Things can appear complicated and intimidating. We can help you with that, and take away all the fear and responsibility for getting things right.

We act for many types of tenant, over a wide range of business types. We also specialise in buying and selling leases (called an “assignation”).  We also specialise in sub-leasing of all types of commercial premises. If you want to extend or vary your lease, exercise a break-option, complete a rent review, or simply deal with a 3 yearly Land and Buildings Transaction Tax return, then we can help. We deal with these things every day. We can also help bring your lease to an end, and make sure your exit costs are as low as possible.

What will it cost to take a lease?

The factor determining the cost will be the time it takes to complete your lease to your requirements. As a tenant, you want a fair lease with clear exit options to allow you to sell your lease (or sub-lease to another tenant), should your business needs change. We still provide you with the same protection and security that you would have with a much larger law firm, but we will do so at sensible, down to earth fees- our prices will not restrict your business from growing.

What will it cost to buy or sell a lease?

If you’re buying an existing lease or selling your own lease, we can do this for you at the lowest commercial market rate available. Our extensive existing tenant clients are very happy with this, and continue to use us as their business demands change. We like to watch our clients grow. Wherever possible, we will agree a fixed fee for buying a lease or selling a lease, at the time you contact us.

Contact our Commercial Property Lawyer in Glasgow, Scotland

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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