Ending commercial leases can be complex, whether you are a landlord or a tenant, due to a number of technicalities that can seriously hinder progress.
Business growth, relocation to a different market, financial difficulty or changing requirements due to increased flexible working are just some of the reasons why business-owners might need to end a commercial lease.
It is vital, however, that you fully understand the terms of your lease and follow the correct procedure to bring it to an end.
Some of the questions that we are most frequently asked include:
- What is a break clause and how do you exercise one?
- Can rent arrears invalidate a break notice?
- What is meant by material and reasonable compliance?
- How does vacant possession affect break rights?
- How should I handle dilapidations?
To help you navigate these issues, I’ve prepared a series of blogs that explain what to look out for. Just click the links above.
Of course, if you need any additional help when ending commercial leases, please don’t hesitate to contact our Stoke-on-Trent solicitors on 01782 205000, our Altrincham solicitors on 0161 929 8446 or our Birmingham solicitors on 0121 516 3025. Alternatively, you can email email@example.com.