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Commercial Property Solicitors, Mid Wales

Commercial Property Lease, Solicitors, Lawyers, Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Aberystwyth, Rhayader, Llanidloes, Powys, Mid Wales

What type of property is this?

These can include the following:-

  • Shops
  • Factory
  • Office premises
  • Public house
  • Sports ground
  • Hotel
  • Restaurant
  • Commercial woodlands
  • Agricultural land or a windfarm

Basically, any kind of property (either freehold or leasehold) that is not solely used for residential purposes. Some premises can be a ‘mix’ of commercial and residential units e.g. shops with flats above. There are special considerations and rules which affect commercial (and mixed) premises, for example, those affecting business tenancies. It is very important to get comprehensive advice on all relevant issues. Click here to set up an appointment to talk through these with issues with one of our lawyers at Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins

Is a business tenancy just like a residential tenancy?

No. Whilst both involve leases which give rights to occupy for a given length of time, the issues which affect a business tenant are usually considerably different from those affecting a residential tenant. The important thing is that whatever your commercial situation, each business proposition is unique and requires tailored advice. Click here for specialist advice from Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins.

What kind of ‘special factors’ affect commercial premises?

Quite apart from the usual investigations that Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins would conduct to ensure that title to the premises is good and marketable, there are potential VAT, contamination, health & safety, fire, licensing, planning and a host of other implications to be taken into consideration. Call or e-mail us to set up a meeting to discuss these.

What do I need to do?

Given the potential complexities involved with commercial property, Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins recommend that you contact us at the outset. Whether you are about to sell or let commercial property or you are considering buying or leasing this type of property, we would urge you to get the best advice you can before you commit yourself.

Why use us?

You will benefit from Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins' expertise and years of wide experience in this area. For example, the fact that we are a CQS (Conveyancing Quality Scheme) accredited practice indicates the quality of our work and practice. Although this scheme relates to residential conveyancing, we apply similarly high standards to our work in the area of commercial conveyancing. To gain accreditation, we underwent a rigorous assessment by the Law Society. It is vital that you are able rely on a quality service, high standards in conveyancing including: the integrity of all our conveyancing staff, adherence to good practice management standards as well as prudent and efficient procedures.

Who do I contact?

Our specialist lawyers at Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins Solicitors will be happy to advise and assist you without obligation in plain English and will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have. Telephone us now for a free initial discussion on 01686 412166 or complete our online enquiry form or e-mail us at web@mjjsolicitors.co.uk

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Ruth Hendry

Chartered Legal Executive Probate Practitioner and Conveyancing Practitioner

William Ransford, BA (Hons)

Solicitor / Director and Notary
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"When we required the services of a solicitor, a friend recommended Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins. After a really dreadful experience with a firm of solicitors in Exeter regarding the administration of family estates, it was most reassuring to receive the courteous, helpful and friendly attention from the solicitors and staff at Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins in the drafting of our own Wills. We would have no hesitation in recommending Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins."
Alan and Judy Clift-Jones, Llandrindod Wells