Commercial Landlord Solicitors

We specialise in dealing with new lettings of properties once heads of terms have been agreed with prospective tenants, as well as undertaking any work required by a landlord as part of their ongoing property management, such as licences to assign, underlet or alter.

With offices in Leeds, York and Sheffield, our team of commercial property solicitors has a wealth of experience in providing help and advice to landlords across the country. To speak to an expert today, contact Lupton Fawcett by calling 0333 323 5292, or fill out the contact form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

Drafting Standardised Documents

We will work with landlords to create standard documentation for their property investments so that any new lettings can be dealt with on a quick and efficient basis, which in turn will help to maximise the landlord’s revenue stream.

Furthermore, the standardisation of these documents assists the landlord from a property management point of view, as there will be consistency in the main terms of the leases across their property portfolio. We will also liaise with landlords to provide standard replies to commercial property enquiries so that a tenant is given a full pack of information at the outset of a proposed new letting.

How We Can Help

Here at Lupton Fawcett, our team of commercial property solicitors has acted on behalf of countless landlords across the country, so you can rest assured that you and your business are in safe hands.

What’s more, with all this experience, it means we can provide you with help and advice that is perfectly tailored to suit your needs, leaving no question or query unanswered.

Talk To Us

If you are seeking representation or landlord legal advice, contact us today using the details below. Our commercial property team work with landlords from Yorkshire and the rest of the UK on a regular basis. Call our Leeds, Sheffield or York offices to discuss your needs with us.

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