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Our Commercial Property team advise on a multitude of commercial issues for a wide range of buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, developers and funders.

Healys Solicitors’ Commercial Property team is well established and benefits from great depth of experience. Our Lawyers are commercially attuned to our clients’ needs. The business objectives of our clients drive the pace of our transactions. Our Property Lawyers are made up of experts covering the full scope of commercial work and includes litigators experienced in handling property disputes.

The Commercial Property team has the resources and the project management experience to deliver portfolio acquisitions and disposals and large scale lending projects on time and in budget.

Our Lawyers have particular expertise in the following areas:

If you are buying or selling your commercial asset, it is important you get the best possible advice from the outset of any transaction.

Our commercial property experts regularly deal with a range of commercial entities and private investors both nationally and internationally.  The team has vast amount of project management experience and is able to deliver efficient commercial property acquisitions and disposal transactions on time and within budget.

The team has extensive experience in the purchase and sale of commercial property including office, retail, hotels and industrial spaces.

The property development activity from site acquisition; to funding; to refurbishment; and then construction can be a challenging cycle to complete. Each part of the cycle can come with its own challenge and risk. Failure can often have severe financial consequences.

This is why having a proactive and experienced Commercial Property Lawyer from the outset can not only help to avoid the risk but can enhance the viability of any project and in most instances increase your profit margins. Read more…

We act for both landlords and tenants of all types of commercial property from large city centre offices to single shop or office units.

We have a strong focus on leasing. Our aim is to achieve a lease which protects our client’s particular interests quickly and to avoid protracted negotiation. Our Lawyers are experienced and will not waste time on unimportant points. The documentation you will be provided with will enable you easily to manage your asset or manage your facility. We will be happy to provide client references if required.

A tenant of business premises, eg a shop or a restaurant, usually has a statutory right at the end of a tenancy to remain in their premises and to renew their tenancy.

However, the tenant can agree with the landlord before the start of the tenancy that the business tenancy will not be “protected” by the above statutory right. This is known as an “excluded tenancy”. Very short tenancies are also not protected. Read more…

Commercial Property has been the best performing asset class for 10 years. Recent turmoil in the equity markets and uncertainty within the pension industry have combined to make commercial property investment attractive.

Healys Solicitors has extensive experience from working with clients who have invested in the UK office, industrial, retail and leisure industries. We work for a wide range of property investors, both domestic and overseas, from the small private investor seeking to add an investment to their property portfolio to a corporate client seeking to add to its property portfolio. At whatever level, Healys Solicitors are approachable and offer straight-forward advice.

Healys Solicitors has a particular expertise in secured lending. We are appointed by clearing banks and merchant banks to ensure that they obtain good security over a particular borrower’s selected assets.

Lenders are of course looking for a watertight security but are also looking for Lawyers to act swiftly in order to protect their relationship with their own client, the borrower. Read more…

It is vital for businesses that tenants have a suitable property from which to run their commercial, business or investment undertakings.

Commercial leases can prove to be complex documents that regulate the relationship between landlord and tenants. Nowadays, commercial leases tend not to be unduly harsh or restrictive to the tenant.  It seems that the most complex provisions of the lease are those related to rent review. Rent reviews allow the periodical adjustment of commercial rents to the market level at the date of review. The rent review is an area that has taken up, for years, time and expense to determine disputes between landlords and tenants, regarding the amount of rent passing at various stages throughout the life of a lease. Read more…

Healys Solicitors offers professional advice and solutions on all aspects of licensing law. We will draft and submit your premises licence application for you and guide you through the application process to ensure your application proceeds as smoothly as possible.

Individuals, businesses and authorities such as the police have a right to review an existing premises licence which may ultimately lead to the revocation of the licence. Read more…

The landlord and tenant relationship is one which exists between the owner of property and his or her tenants. The relationship is usually governed by a lease or tenancy agreement.

In addition to the lease and/or tenancy agreement there are numerous statutory obligations which are imposed on both Landlords and Tenants. Landlord & Tenant Law applies to property of all types including residential, commercial and agricultural. Read more…

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