Posts Tagged ‘Leasehold’

What to look for in a commercial lease

commercial property leaseOK – you have decided you need to take some premises for your new start-up and you have found a great location, but what to look for in a commercial lease?   The landlord’s agent sends you a lease.   It is 70 pages long.  You have yet to instruct a lawyer but you want to have a quick look through the lease to see if there are any nasties.   However, this thing is massive and it is all written in heavy legal jargon.   What to look for in a commercial lease?

Well, most leases are organised in the same way so once you follow these guidelines, you should be able to at least move around the document with some confidence. Read the rest of this entry »

Buying a Pub – 5 Essentials You Need To Know Before You Take The Plunge!

buying a pubWith pubs currently shutting at the rate of 52 a week, you would think that now was not a good time to consider buying  a pub but to counter the first statistic, gastro pubs are opening at the rate of 4 a month at the moment. Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Property Insurance: Top 5 Questions

Commercial Property InsuranceCommercial property insurance is a highly technical area and needs to be grasped by freehold owners, landlords and tenants and occupiers alike.

For freehold owners, it is just a question of making sure that the right risks are covered. These include the usual commercial risks but also third party liability. If the premises are in inner city area terrorism insurance should also be included. You need to get the advice of a surveyor or valuer to ensure that the reinstatement value is accurate. Read the rest of this entry »

Dominic Beeton, Solicitor
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