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Commercial property leases are complex and intricate legal documents that regulate the relationship between landlords and tenants. Among the myriad of clauses within a lease, the “yielding up" provisions are one of the most critical and, if not properly drafted, can result in significant expense for the landlord or tenant when the lease ends.

Given the complexity and the legal terminology, understanding the nuances between a Lease, a Licence, and a Tenancy at Will is key and can often be vital in maintaining the rights and responsibilities of both property owners and those they allow into occupation of a commercial property.

If you are taking a new lease or buying an existing lease of premises, you may be asked to pay a service charge if those premises form part of a building, a commercial estate or a shopping centre.

Neves Solicitors are strengthening their expert Commercial Property Team with the appointment of Associate, Jay Gorasia.

Jay is a specialist commercial property solicitor who qualified in 2017. Since qualifying, Jay has built up expertise in many aspects of commercial property matters.

Housebuilding remains one of the key catalysts in Britain’s post-pandemic economic and social recovery.

Regional and local developers play a key role in meeting the unprecedented demand for housing by seeking out opportunities for development on a smaller scale in circumstances where larger developers may not deem such developments a viable or worthwhile venture.

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