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3 Things You Need To Think About When Signing A Commercial Property Lease

Linkilaw Commercial Property

What To Think About When Signing A Commercial Property Lease You’ve seen the retail unit you want, and you’re ‘gung ho’ to sign that commercial property lease agreement and launch your business tomorrow but…. you’re nervous about the potential liability and making a business critical wrong decision. We’ve listed some key issues to consider before committing to that complicated and …

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Commercial Property Owners: Have You Claimed Tax Relief?

Linkilaw Commercial Property

This Is A Transcript Of The Video, “Commercial Property Owners: Have You Claimed Tax Relief?” Andrew: Just give me a little bit of background about Butterworth’s. You’ve been a panel member of LawyerFair, a loyal panel member of LawyerFair, for many, many months, probably almost since we started actually. A great office and firm for us to deal with, so just …

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Want To Avoid An End Of Term Dilapidations Claim?

Linkilaw Commercial Property

One of the areas of law that we deal with most at Linkilaw is to do with commercial property, and in particular, commercial property leases. It’s a particular concern of mine, the business owners get the best advice they can when they’re entering these leases, because, those tricky older landlords and agents are always going to try and load as …

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Legal Considerations When Buying Commercial Property

Linkilaw Commercial Property

5 Legal Considerations When Buying Commercial Property Whatever spin the pre-election politicians (and associated think tanks) put on recent economic news, it’s clear that what really matters (confidence) is returning to the market. An obvious knock on effect with greater market activity, particularly in buying commercial property. If buying commercial property is part of the next steps for your business …

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7 Things To Consider When Installing Solar Panels On Commercial Property

Linkilaw Commercial Property

The Green Deal Energy Efficiency Scheme was established by the Energy Act 2011, with the initiative of reducing energy consumption by encouraging commercial property owners to install energy saving measures in their properties. Some commercial property owners have purchased solar panels for their property outright. In these cases the proprietors benefit from the electricity generated for free and they ‘sell’ …

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7 Things To Consider When Assigning A Commercial Lease

Linkilaw Commercial Property, Tenants and Landlords

Your business has outgrown your rental unit but, there is still time to run on that commercial lease and you don’t or can’t terminate? Assigning a commercial lease is one of the ways tenants can end a lease early: a halfway house between terminating and sub-letting where the entirety of the existing lease is transferred to a 3rd party. However …

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Commercial Property Buyers – Missing Out On Tax Relief?

Linkilaw Commercial Property

One year on from changes in the rules for the claiming of Capital Allowances for commercial property buyers, buyers are still not maximising the potential from their purchase. When a commercial property is purchased, a buyer acquires not only the land and buildings, but also the fixtures attached to those buildings. Usually expenditure on a property purchase will be a …

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What Have Commercial Property Lawyers Ever Done For Us?

Linkilaw Commercial Property

The UK is on track for a record-breaking year in commercial property investment. According to recent research figures, the European commercial property investment market has continued to gain positive momentum with transactions worth €104.9 billion in the first half of 2015. This represents a 29% increase on last year, and investment volumes for 2015 are forecast to reach €230 billion, …

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Failing To Follow This Law Will Send Landlords To Prison: Illegal Immigrants And Housing

Linkilaw Commercial Property

It may come off as awfully dramatic, but it is true: The UK Government has recently introduced a host of changes to the Immigration Act 2016, and failing to comply with some of its aspects, specifically, the Right to Rent requirements, could make landlords criminally liable. We are talking about up to five years in prison! So if you are …