A Lease is not simply a standard commercial agreement that can be used for the leasing of most commercial premises. Each lease must have terms and conditions which are tailored specifically to the premises you are leasing, including any car parking arrangements and use of common property.
Whilst often leasing property may go smoothly, when a party to the lease defaults and the lessor/lessee relationship breaks down it becomes clear just how important it is to have a formal lease drafted to protect your interests.
Lockett McCullough Lawyers can assist with all manner of leasing transactions for lessors and lessees, including:
- the preparation and negotiation of lease documents
- lease assignments and subleases
- lease extensions or variations
- Obtaining mortgagee consent
- Ensuring all aspects of legislation is complied with including the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994