At Onions & Davies, we handle an extensive range of commercial property transactions for small and medium businesses.
We deal with all the legal aspects of buying, selling, leasing or sub-letting of shops, offices, industrial and commercial premises of all kinds.
Commercial property transactions can be very complex and have strict time limitations. We develop a close partnership with our clients to gain a full understanding of your objectives, supporting you to get you through your transaction as quickly and as cost effectively as possible.
We have experience in dealing with all types of commercial property and transactions associated with landlords and tenants. This includes commercial leases in the retail, industrial and office sectors and the assignment and surrender of leases and licences to assign and sub-let.
Our clients range from individuals and companies to trusts, pension schemes and charities and we are aware that it is essential to act quickly and accurately.
Whether commercial property is bought for investment or occupation, planning restrictions, rights and covenants affecting the property should all be checked. Properties bought for investment are likely to be subject to leases, which must be carefully appraised while we conduct the main property transaction.
We also have to be aware of Stamp Duty Land Tax and other tax implications of sales and purchases and sometimes work closely with Accountants in this regard.
We will also advise both landlord and tenant clients of residential and commercial property on the rights and obligations arising from their leases.
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This information refers to the law of England & Wales only, which from time to time changes. In particular, tax information changes annually. It is not a substitute for professional advice, which is up to date and specific to your needs. This information is a summary of the provisions relating to agricultural property and cannot cover every aspect of their operation. It represents our understanding of current legislation in England and Wales but should not be relied upon as an authoritative statement of law nor as constituting advice. We would advise that legal advice be sought in every circumstance.