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Commercial Property Law - Business Property Lawyers

We help business people sort out the legalities of:

Our mission is to get things sorted out for you fast, practically, without fuss or delay and at a reasonable fixed-price cost.

Who we work for:

Our typical clients are all manner of small and medium sized businesses. Some examples of the types of businesses we've helped are:

  • Shops and cafes
  • Bars, pubs and restaurants
  • Post offices
  • Industrial operations
  • Office-based service businesses
  • Petrol stations
  • Transport businesses
  • Super markets/petrol stations
  • Estate agents and professionals
  • Construction and scaffolding

Why choose us to handle your transaction :

  • Fast turnaround
  • Fixed price fees at reasonable rates
  • Work for you anywhere in England & Wales
  • All of our solicitors are experienced in their field

What to do next

Whether you've had an offer accepted or you're still at an early stage of deciding whether or not to put an offer in, it would be a good idea to take some legal advice and find out what would be in involved legally.

The best way to find out if we can help you and if you’d like us to work for you is to pick up the phone and call us. We’ll be happy to speak to you, listen to your situation and give you some feedback on how we might be able to help.

Contact us at any time, free and without obligation, on 0800 1777 522.


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