Whether you are a property owner or tenant involved in a commercial property transaction, our team of specialist conveyancing lawyers at Stirling Ackroyd Legal have the experience and knowledge to assist you.
Your property might be a shop, retail park, office, bar or restaurant, industrial space, warehouse, community or leisure property. Whatever type of premises you have we can offer expert legal services for purchasing, selling, leasing, terminating leases
or renewing leases.
With our specialist commercial property knowledge, we are well placed to guide you through any potential minefield. Our commercial property lawyers take you through the leasehold transaction process, assisting with all aspects of commercial property conveyancing,
acting for both landlords and tenants.
For further information or to arrange a consultation with one of our commercial property conveyancing specialists, contact us.
Commercial conveyancing is the process undertaken by your solicitor to ensure all legal aspects of the sale or purchase of a commercial property are in compliance. This will involve activites such as investigating the title to a property, carrying
out and necessary searches, exchange of funds, payment of Stamp Duty (where applicable) and ensuring the transaction is registered with the Land Registry and much more
The amount a conveyancing solicitor will charge for commercial property conveyancing is dependent on a few factors, the most important being the overall cost of the property. Other fees to keep in mind include Stamp Duty Tax, Land Registry Fees and
the variety of searches required.
You will need a commercial conveyancing solicitor if you are planing on aquiring new property associated with your business. This may be in the process of natural expansion or if you have bought a business and are planning on keeping the property.
It is also advisable to have a conversation with a commercial conveyanciong solicitor if you are planning on selling a business to ensure you have good advice when negotiating the process of passing over ownership of any associated properties.
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