Posted: Friday, 26 September 2008 @ 15:47
Cousins Business Law commercial property solicitor Steve Petty is offering a free 20-minute telephone business lease review for both landlords and tenants.
In these difficult times a review of your lease arrangements could save you significant sums and be the difference between surviving and thriving.
Not sure whether you need to review? Take a look at Steve’s six crucial questions
Lease review for Landlords
If you are a landlord and can answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions you should be reviewing your current lease agreements.
Are you about to relet premises?
Is your tenant in arrears?
Is your tenant in the last year of its lease?
Are you considering selling the freehold of your premises?
Are you unsure whether the tenant is complying with all its lease obligations?
Has your tenant written to you for consent to alter, sell or sublet the premises?
Lease review for Tenanats
A tenant answering ‘yes’ to any of the following questions could save significant cost and disruption if they take advantage of the Cousins Business Law lease review.
Are you approaching the last year of your lease?
Are you thinking of selling your lease or subletting?
Are you about to make some alterations to your premises?
Does your lease contain an option to break?
Are you paying a service charge you feel is too high?
Are you unsure of the extent of your repairing obligations?
If you need a lease review can call Steve on 01926 629005.
Steve Petty, Commercial Property Solicitor.
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