Farleys’ commercial property specialists offer a contemporary and plain-spoken approach alongside the expertise and professionalism you would expect from one of the North West’s leading firms. Our commercial property solicitors have the expertise to advise on:
Whether you are looking for assistance with the sale or acquisition of one property or a full portfolio; the lease of commercial premises or disputes between landlords and tenants, our experts are on hand to provide comprehensive, up to date legal advice.
Our commercial property solicitors can assist you with:
Farleys’ commercial property teams are based across our offices in Lancashire and Greater Manchester, in Blackburn, Preston and Manchester; however, we act for landlords, tenants, developers and investors dealing with property including retail units, offices, and warehouses in a wide range of sectors across the UK.
Get in touch with the team today to find out where we can help you and your business.
Farleys Solicitors has been around for over 60 years and with that level of experience behind us, you can be confident in the high quality service you will receive.
You can browse through some examples of the work we have done by clicking the links below.
Our client, Jake Hunt, approached Farleys’ commercial property team to advise and negotiate on the lease of Byland Abbey Inn in York. Thi...Read More
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What is a Restrictive Covenant and can they be challenged?
A restrictive covenant is a binding legal obligation written into the deeds of a property with specific restrictions as to the use of the property. Breaking these covenants can lead to costly penalties so it is always worth having these checked over by a solicitor.
For example, common restrictive covenants on commercial property include not altering the property itself without permission; restricting the opening hours for the business; restricting the nature of the business (i.e. the sale of alcohol); preventing the parking of commercial vehicles on the property.
There are a number of ways restrictive covenants can be challenged. Get in touch with Farleys’ commercial property team to discuss your options.
What is a Deed of Easement?
A deed of easement is a legal document signed by two parties allowing the specific use of one party’s property by the other party, or preventing the use of the property in a certain manner by the owner.
For example, if one commercial property requires a water supply but the only way for this to be possible is for the water pipes to run underneath a neighbouring property, a deed of easement will need to be granted to allow the pipes to run under the other party’s property.
Another example would be where a property is landlocked by land owned by other parties, a deed of easement will need to be granted to allow access to roads/paths owned by those other parties.
For advice on deeds of easement, please contact our commercial property team.
How much Stamp Duty will I pay?
Stamp Duty Land Tax is paid on increasing portions of the price of a property or land purchased over £150,000 for non-residential or mixed use. Your commercial property legal advisor will be able to advise you on your Stamp Duty fees.
How much will my solicitors fees be?
Farleys Solicitors provide competitive fees for high quality legal advice. We can provide an estimate of the costs involved from the outset to allow clients to effectively budget and ensure a concise but transparent representation of what is involved from day one.