Commercial landlord services

What we do

We understand that our clients want to stay one step ahead of the game, that’s why we work closely with them to achieve their desired outcome efficiently. When advising our clients our expert commercial property solicitors are able to react decisively and swiftly to the challenging dynamics of the property market.

We work with individuals and businesses who have diverse property needs including partnerships, LP’s, LLPs, pension funds and charities.

We explore every avenue to resolve our clients’ disputes effectively. We are able to resolve disputes without prejudice negotiations or through meetings, mediation and arbitration.

We will act on behalf of our client to raise court proceedings and represent them throughout the matter where a dispute cannot be swiftly resolved. Our goal is to achieve the desired outcome for our clients with minimum cost and disruption.

Our services

We tailor our services to meet your specific requirements and discuss with you the option of fixed fees wherever possible.

Our services include:

  • Section 8 and 21 Notices
  • Notices to quit
  • Dilapidation Claims
  • Recovering property possessions for Landlords
  • Enforcement of County Court Judgments



Commercial leases

The relationship between a landowner and tenant is governed by a commercial lease. When you let your commercial property for any length of time you will require a lease.

A typical commercial lease includes:

  • How long the occupation will last
  • What the rent will be
  • Who will insure the property
  • Who will repair the property
  • If alterations can be made
  • Any circumstances under which a lease can be brought to an end

As a commercial property owner, it is your obligation to have a lease if you have a mortgage that allows occupation of the property. You could be liable for costs if you fail to implement a lease or tenancy document. It is essential to outline the provisions of the tenancy agreement with the occupier or tenant as soon as possible.

Land owners can maintain control of the property if a lease is drafted correctly. It is important that the relationship between landowner and tenant is maintained, should the relationship break down it increases the chance of disputes and potential claims.

We have a vast range of experience advising an extensive variety of landlords and tenants, from individuals to corporate bodies, when negotiating lease renewals or new leases.

Contact Verisona Law today to discuss your legal requirements with our expert team.