COMMERCIAL LAW & LEASES
If you need advice on a sensitive or urgent commercial matter, we can help.
Whether your matter involves:
- Debt recovery;
- Buying or selling a business;
- A dispute with a business;
- Representation in a matter listed in the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal (NCAT);
- Defending a claim made against your company for outstanding monies or deficient work;
- Advice on a business start up;
- Reviewing contracts or agreements; or
- Registering or defending a copyright or IP;
We can act urgently to give you peace of mind and the best result in your commercial law matter.
Contact us on (02) 4444 6808 to find out our hourly rates and obtain a quote estimate for the work you would like us to assist you with.
A commercial lease or retail lease is a document that sets out the rights and obligations of a lessor (the owner of the property) and the lessee (the person/company who wishes to lease the property).
We can help you:
- Prepare a Lease for your commercial property
- Provide advice on a Lease if your thinking of leasing a commercial property.
The typical terms and conditions of a lease will include the following:
- the period of the lease
- any options for renewal;
- rent, outgoings and the rent review mechanisms;
- responsibility for maintenance, repairs and structural works;
- the tenant’s scope to carry out works on the premises to suit its requirements;
- circumstances in which the landlord may access the premises;
- the process for dealing with tenant breaches as well as grounds for termination;
- restrictions on subleasing;
- the scope of the tenant’s obligation to “make good” the premises at the end of the lease term;
- insurance, indemnity and liability for damage to the premises;
- the rights of both parties if the landlord wants to renovate or redevelop the premises;
- bank guarantees and security deposits; and
- a dispute resolution plan.
If you need assistance to prepare or have a lease reviewed, contact our law firm on (02) 4444 6808 to make an appointment. We will prepare or review your lease for a fixed fee.