Commercial Lease Commitment This lesson video goes into the reasons why a lease limits your freedom to deal with the property as you want, and how long the important obligations which you sign up for last, including the payment of rent.
Many commercial properties, particularly shops, come with a flat above. That involves some extra considerations that you need to know about before you take on the lease. This video lesson outlines the pros and cons.
Where the landlord can’t grant you a lease immediately you might each want to make sure that the other’s firmly committed to the deal by signing an ‘agreement for lease’.That adds in some other complications that you need to be happy with before you sign, and this video lesson outlines the main points.
When you want to add a new line of business, or sell a new product, it may be a surprise to find that the landlord can stop you doing so. This video lesson explains why leases contain these controls on use, and identifies when you might be able to challenge a refusal by the landlord.
If your landlord is doing building work on your property, or next-door, and it’s disturbing your business seriously, there are a number of possible actions you can take. This video lesson outlines what they are, and what outcome you might realistically expect.
It can come as a shock to tenants to find out that their fire escape arrangements can be terminated, leaving them with a real headache. This video lesson explains why that might be the case, and how to address the issue.
Your lease might not automatically come to an end on the expiry date which is contained in it. This video lesson explains why, and what you need to do when, if you want to make sure it does come to an end on that date.