A tenancy or lease exists where someone lets premises to another for a term in return for a rent. The term of the letting is usually a number of years.

The expression ‘business lease’ is commonly used to refer to a tenancy of premises used for the purposes of running some kind of business. The premises may be a building, part of a building or even open land, used for example as a temporary car park.  The terms “business” as used in this context, does not however include agriculture or farming, where a different set of rules and customs applies.

We can assist with items such as:-

  • Forfeiture
  • FRI – full repair and insuring
  • Guarantors
  • Insurance
  • Landlord’s covenants
  • Landlord’s continuing liability
  • Licence to assign
  • Rent reviews
  • Repairing liability
  • Right to renew
  • Tenant’s continuing liability

Please contact us for advice regarding any of the above on  0208 464 4242/0207 242 7265 or email enquiries@wellerslawgroup.com