Property and commercial legal experience is essential in business leasing.
Leases can have a long-lasting impact on your business, and Australian leasing legislation is often changing, so you need to get the right advice.
At Baker Love Lawyers, our leasing team not only know leasing, but have the depth of property and commercial experience needed when advising clients involved in leasing-related transactions and disputes. They will deal with your matter in a way that is holistic, reduces risk and is commercially practical.
Our leasing team have a wealth of experience in acting for landlords, tenants, and property managers in a wide range of leasing-related matters, from lease drafting and reviews to licences and car parking agreements. We have acted for leasing clients in a range of fields including large retail complexes, small shopping villages, pubs and clubs, restaurants, commercial and office space, public land, franchise leases and many more.
As a landlord, you need to know that your lease will be negotiated, drafted and enforced in a way that reflects your commercial and legal interests appropriately and robustly. We understand that drafting leases is a very sophisticated task and a few words can have major practical and financial consequences.
Regardless of the circumstances or property type, we will tailor a lease to your business needs.
At Baker Love Lawyers, we know that a business owner’s business is often the primary source of their livelihood. That’s why it is absolutely imperative to ensure that the lease over the business premises is done right.
We will take your interests into account when considering lease provisions such as option periods, rent review, rent free periods and fit out, and we’ll make sure that the lease accurately reflects what was agreed on in any prior negotiations.
Lease disputes are common, and we can assist you achieve a quick, practical solution to the problem.
As a landlord, you need to know how to enforce your rights under the lease, and it is critical that the correct procedure is followed if you suspect that your tenant is in breach of the lease.
If you are a tenant in breach, we can help you protect your position and negotiate the best outcome.