Commercial Property Solicitors

Richard Nelson LLP’s commercial property solicitors are experienced in advising businesses on the legal aspects relating to commercial property.

Commercial Property Law

Our solicitors understand the time constraints and pressures often associated with commercial property transactions and endeavour to approach matters in a straightforward and efficient manner minimising risk and making the transaction process as smooth as possible.

Complete Commercial Property Services

Our commercial property solicitors can assist with the full range of commercial property transactions and in particular the following:

- Commercial property litigation
- Freehold and leasehold sales and purchases
- Advising on heads of terms for new commercial leases
- Negotiation of new commercial leases to include associated documentation for example authorised guarantee agreements, rent deposit deeds, licences to alter and to sublet
- Negotiation of deeds of surrender and deeds of variation in respect of existing commercial leases
- Acquisition of development properties both for the purposes of commercial and residential development to include associated documents and arrangements, for example, option agreements, conditional contracts, overage deeds, deeds of pre-emption and deeds of easement
- Joint venture agreements, development agreements and promotion agreements
- Bridging finance
Secured lending

Commercial property litigation

We have a dedicated team of experts who specialise in commercial property litigation, providing comprehensive advice and assistance with dilapidations, real estate disputes, and wider commercial contract issues. We offer our clients expert assistance, effective dispute resolution, and settlement negotiations tailored to avoid the need for court proceedings wherever possible.

Our offerings

Commercial Property Services.

Get in touch to discuss your case with us and to learn more about how our commercial property solicitors can help you.

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