If your business is leasing a commercial property from a landlord, a legal service provider is well placed to handle documentation and agree tenancy terms on your behalf. Here is some basic advice and guidance to inform your choice of legal expert.
A leaseholder agreement is a form of contract to be signed by both the landlord and a tenant when a property is leased from one party to another. The agreement sets out the terms of a lease so that both parties are aware of their obligations.
Under a leaseholder agreement, you will be expected to pay for the continuation of your lease at the agreed amount and time on a monthly basis. You will also be obliged to keep the property maintained to a certain standard during your tenancy.
If you are presented with a leaseholder agreement to sign that you find to be disagreeable or unfair then you should consult a legal expert. A legal service provider will advise you on whether the landlord has the right to make such demands and can provide a mediation service.
If you require legal expertise to assist you with the handling of a leaseholder agreement then you should look for a provider with the appropriate expertise and experience. It is also worth considering the location, reputation and cost of a firm before making your decision.
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