Written by Richard Farnworth

5 things to consider

Finding the right premises is only part of the battle to ensure your business has the ideal commercial property in the long term.

Whether you are buying or leasing a property, seeking specialist legal advice is vital. Entering into an agreement which does not meet the needs of your business can cost a great deal of both time and money.

So, we would encourage anyone to consider these 5 things before starting the commercial conveyancing process.

1. It’s not all about purchases and sales

A specialist commercial conveyancing solicitor can provide expert legal support in a range of commercial transactions. This includes the purchase or sale of a business, lease drafting, negotiation of new leases and the assignment of an existing lease.

Entering into a lease without the proper legal advice can be costly. Here at Commercial Matters, we can ensure that the terms of your lease fit the requirements of your business.
You can discover how our specialist solicitors can help you by viewing our range of services, here.

2. It can be complex

Commercial conveyancing can be a particularly complex area. Each case can vary greatly and it is vital to have an experienced professional on your side. Before committing to any agreement, you should always seek the advice of a specialist commercial conveyancing solicitor.

3. It may take longer

The commercial conveyancing process will often take longer than residential conveyancing. No two cases are exactly alike, so providing an average time frame can be difficult.
At Commercial Matters, we always aim to ensure that the process runs smoothly and will always keep you up to date with the progress of your case allowing you to plan ahead.

4. It’s important to think long term

Most people will view commercial property as a long term investment. This may mean that you would be interested in a property which could be altered or developed.
Here at Commercial Matters, our goal is to ensure that any agreement you sign fits your requirements both now and in the future.

5. It pays to speak to a specialist

Buying or leasing a commercial property can be one of the most important decisions your business will make. So seeking specialist legal advice is essential.
A dedicated commercial conveyancing solicitor can ensure all the necessary searches are carried out and any contracts you sign fully represent the needs of your business.

Contact Commercial Matters for expert commercial conveyancing advice

To discover how our specialist commercial conveyancing solicitors in Lancashire can help you, get in touch today to receive free expert advice today.

Call us on 01282 695 400, or simply complete our easy contact form to book your free initial consultation.


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