Commercial Property

Seamless, professional advice that gets you the best deal on commercial property

Landlord or tenant, buyer or seller: fully rounded legal advice is crucial in any commercial property transaction. Having the right guidance at the right time can save you a significant amount of time, money and hassle, while making sure you get the best deal for your business.

At Pearson Hards, our high calibre team of commercial property, property litigation and company commercial specialists join forces to offer seamless, professional advice on every aspect of a commercial property transaction.

This means that, as well as assisting with all aspects of buying and selling commercial property, commercial leases and other commercial property transactions, we can also assist with any related legal issues, including shareholder disputes, finance agreements and employment law issues.

Our team regularly advises a wide range of businesses in Kingston, Surbiton and Wimbledon, as well as across Surrey, South London and the wider South East. From sole traders and partnerships, to family businesses and SMEs, all the way to large UK companies, lenders and banks, we can offer the seasoned legal expertise you need for all aspects of commercial property law.

Book a free initial consultation with our commercial property solicitors

We offer every new commercial client a free, no obligation initial consultation to assess your needs and how we can help. To find out more or to book your free consultation, please call now on 020 8949 9500 or you can request a call back at a time to suit you.

How we can help you with commercial property law

Whatever the size or nature of your business, we can offer expert advice and guidance on all aspects of commercial property, including:

Buying & selling commercial property

Whether you are acquiring or disposing of business premises, investment property, sites for development, or any other type of commercial property, we can assist with you every aspect of your transaction. We can help to ensure your deal goes ahead on time and on budget and that there are no hidden issues that could cause problems in future.

Our expertise with buying and selling commercial property includes:

  • Acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold properties for owner occupiers and investors
  • Acquisition and disposal of land for residential and commercial development
  • Portfolio acquisition and break-up
  • Sale and acquisition of businesses and business assets

Commercial leases

Our commercial property lawyers regularly advise both landlords and tenants on all aspects of commercial leases and business tenancies. We can help you establish a positive relationship and make sure both parties are clear about their rights and responsibilities under the terms of your agreement, minimising the likelihood of future disputes.

Our expertise with commercial leases and tenancies includes:

  • Drafting and approval of leases and lease renewals
  • Licences to assign or underlet
  • Tenancy agreements and rent reviews
  • Break clauses & ending tenancies

Commercial property contracts & agreements

Getting the right contracts and agreements in place can help you to establish effective business relationships and protect you against the risk of legal disputes. We can assist you with drafting and reviewing any legal documents connected to commercial property, so you can have confidence that you are operating in the right way for your long-term interests.

Our expertise with commercial property contract and agreements include:

  • Partnership and joint venture investments
  • Options & Conditional Contracts
  • Finance and refinancing agreements
  • Section 106 Planning Agreements

Commercial property dispute resolution

Disputes involving commercial property can cost your business time, money and a lot of effort to resolve if they are not handled the right way, so it’s important to get experienced legal advice as soon as possible. Our Commercial Litigation team can help you find fast, cost-effective solutions to even the most challenging disputes in a way that matches your overall business interests.

Our expertise with commercial property dispute resolution includes:

  • Landlord and tenant dispute resolution
  • Breach of planning or building regulations
  • Boundary & neighbour disputes
  • Breach of contract claims involving commercial property

Why Pearson Hards are the right choice for commercial property law

Based on our many years of experience dealing with all aspects of commercial property law, we can offer an in-depth understanding of all the legal and financial ramifications of your transaction coupled with a practical and commercial outlook.

When you work with our commercial property team, you will benefit from rigorous attention to detail and expert planning, with every aspect of the service we offer tailored to fit the individual needs of your organisation.

Time is always of the essence in any commercial property transaction. Our experts have the knowledge and skill to work swiftly and meticulously to ensure your critical deadlines are met and your opportunities maximised.

When making any commercial decision, you need to be mindful of the costs involved. Our commercial property pricing is fair and transparent, with no hidden charges. We will provide a clear estimate of the costs involved in dealing with your matter at the outset, so you can make an informed choice about moving forward and budget accordingly.

We can offer you a seamless, professional and competitively priced commercial property service that protects your investment and minimise the likelihood of any future issues that could cost your business time, money and effort to deal with.

Speak to our commercial property lawyers in New Malden, Surrey now

For smart, business-minded advice on all aspects of commercial property law, please get in touch with our experienced team and we will be happy to help.

To find out more or to book your initial no obligation consultation, you can call now on 020 8949 9500 or request a call back at a time to suit you.