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What to Consider When Renting a Commercial Property

There’s a lot to consider when renting a commercial property. This doesn’t just extend to the look and space of the premises; you need to be aware of any hidden[...]

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Buying Commercial Property at Auction

Buying a commercial property at auction is different to buying a commercial property on the open market. It requires more planning and preparation, meaning you will need to instruct a[...]

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Commercial Tenants: Renegotiating a Commercial Lease

As a commercial tenant, you are entitled to renegotiate your commercial lease. Your landlord is not obliged to agree to your proposed terms, but given the current market conditions, they[...]

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Stamp Duty Land Tax on Commercial Property

Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) must be paid on non-residential property in England. This includes freehold and leasehold commercial properties. However, the rules vary for leasehold properties depending on whether[...]

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Terminating a Commercial Lease for Redevelopment

As a landlord, you are entitled to terminate a commercial lease on the grounds of redevelopment. However, there are certain criteria you must satisfy. Otherwise, the tenant will have the[...]

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Transferring a Commercial Lease

If you want out of a commercial lease but there is no break clause in sight, you could transfer your lease to a new tenant. This is called ‘assignment’. Assigning[...]

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10 Step Guide to Buying a Commercial Property

Buying a commercial property is an exciting time for any business. Find out what it involves with our 10 step guide to buying a commercial property. Buying a commercial property[...]

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What Does A Conveyancer Actually Do?

What does a conveyancer actually do? You probably already knew the role an estate agent plays in selling and buying property – marketing and advertising the property, accepting and mediating[...]

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A Guide to The 2016 Stamp Duty Tax Increase

As part of the recent Autumn Budget Review, the Government announced that from April 2016 there would be an additional 3% Stamp Duty Tax on all Buy-To-Let purchases over £40,000. Considering[...]

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