A commercial lease governs the relationship between a landowner and tenant. Letting commercial property for any length of time is referred to as a lease.

Common inclusions in a commercial lease include:

  • How long the occupation will last
  • What the rent will be
  • Who will insure the property
  • Who will repair the property
  • If alterations can be made
  • Any circumstances under which a lease can be brought to an end
 It is an obligation to have a lease if you have a mortgage allowing occupation of the property.

A correctly drafted lease will allow you to keep control of your property. If the relationship between landowner and tenant is uncertain it gives greater opportunity for disputes to arise which can end in costly litigation.

Why choose Linder Myers?

Linder Myers has a large team of property specialists who deal only in property transactions. We are experts in this area of law.

Our dedicated team of lawyers understand the commercial element of a transaction. We have vast experience in acting for landowners and tenants and deal with all property types including:

  • Industrial
  • Retail
  • Office suites

We have a vast database of precedents which helps us meet your exact requirements in a time efficient and cost effective way.