Commercial Conveyancing Solicitors In Southampton
Whether you are a start up business or looking to expand into a larger premises, our commercial conveyancing team have the expertise and knowledge all types of commercial matters. If your property is located in the UK we are able to manage all the legal aspects of the transactional process to ensure a prompt and efficient completion.
David Ebert offer a wide range of world-class conveyancing services. As leading commercial property solicitors in Southampton, we have built a fine team of legal experts to help you with the sale or purchase of your commercial property.
Although commercial conveyancing is similar to that of residential, the process can be more complicated. Often, firms require an array of additional legal services for:
- Commercial lease agreements
- Commercial property finance
- Commercial property investment
- Commercial property litigation and dispute resolution
- Acquisition & Development work
Our Southampton commercial conveyancing solicitors have extensive knowledge of both land law and contract law are well-positioned to advise you on your property.
We deal with commercial conveyancing on a day-to-day basis and have done so for over 30 years. Our expertise and experience in drafting contracts and negotiating has enabled us to accelerate the process and avoid any future legal issues for our clients.
Our commercial property solicitors in Southampton will be sure to offer you comprehensive legal advice and conveyancing services.
What types of leases are excluded from the right of renewal under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954?
This is a common question our clients ask us. Leases that are excluded from this right are:
- Fixed-term tenancies of less than 6 months
- Service tenants who are employed by the landlord for that property
- Farm businesses
Who handles insurance?
According to the standard conveyancing wording recommended by the Law Society, the responsibility to arrange buildings insurance between exchange and completion of contracts falls on the purchaser of the property.