Commercial
Conveyancing
Solicitors

The sale and purchase of business premises is one of the most significant steps your company will take. When buying, you need to be sure the property is fit for purpose, while sellers will want to secure the best deal. Our commercial conveyancing lawyers offer targeted support to help you achieve your goals.

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Our Commercial Conveyancing Services

Thursfields’ team of commercial conveyancing solicitors handle everything when it comes to the sale and purchase of business premises. We specialise in the following areas:

  • Advice on option agreements
  • Properties for sale at auction
  • Preparation of audit packs
  • Back-to-back sales
  • Planning obligation deeds
  • Section 106 agreements
  • Security advice

Whatever you’re looking to achieve, we’re the commercial property conveyancing law firm you can depend on to deliver.

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Tailored Commercial Conveyancing Legal Advice

Commercial property transactions are often complex and of a high-value. It’s therefore important to seek support from experienced commercial conveyancing solicitors who can ensure the entire process runs as smoothly, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible. Your end goal will also differ depending on which side of the transaction you’re on — either as a buyer, seller, or investor. As such, the advice you receive must be tailor-made to suit your needs.

The Thursfields team is experienced with all aspects involved in the sale and purchase of business premises, such as pre-contract negotiations, lease and sale contract drafting, stamp duty payments, and liaising with the Land Registry. We’ve represented sellers, buyers, investors, and developers across a range of industries, so you can be confident in our ability to take care of everything for you.

Tailored Commercial Conveyancing Legal Advice

Commercial property transactions are often complex and of a high-value. It’s therefore important to seek support from experienced commercial conveyancing solicitors who can ensure the entire process runs as smoothly, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible. Your end goal will also differ depending on which side of the transaction you’re on — either as a buyer, seller, or investor. As such, the advice you receive must be tailor-made to suit your needs.

The Thursfields team is experienced with all aspects involved in the sale and purchase of business premises, such as pre-contract negotiations, lease and sale contract drafting, stamp duty payments, and liaising with the Land Registry. We’ve represented sellers, buyers, investors, and developers across a range of industries, so you can be confident in our ability to take care of everything for you.

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Commercial Conveyancing Lawyers

If you’re looking for tailored advice on the sale and purchase of business premises, our commercial conveyancing solicitors are here to help.

Key Contact

Tony

Tony Gibb

Director & Head of Commercial Real Estate

The head of Thursfields’ commercial real estate team, Tony represents the interests of a wide range of clients. He specialises in areas such as the purchase, sale, and letting of commercial property, to refinancing options such as bridging loans and promotion agreements for strategic land.

A pragmatic and forward-thinking solicitor, Tony always approaches his work with a commercially-focused attitude that clients find invaluable. He is particularly interested in the motor industry and regularly acts for both franchisees and independent traders.

Tony

Tony Gibb

Director & Head of Commercial Real Estate

The head of Thursfields’ commercial real estate team, Tony represents the interests of a wide range of clients. He specialises in areas such as the purchase, sale, and letting of commercial property, to refinancing options such as bridging loans and promotion agreements for strategic land.

A pragmatic and forward-thinking solicitor, Tony always approaches his work with a commercially-focused attitude that clients find invaluable. He is particularly interested in the motor industry and regularly acts for both franchisees and independent traders.

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How Thursfields Helps with

Business Premises' Sale And Purchase

The commercial conveyancing solicitors at Thursfields provide a bespoke service designed to meet your unique requirements. For buyers, we’ll look at everything from the reviewing of the seller’s title and contract negotiations, to submitting a Stamp Duty Land Tax return, and registrations with Companies House. For sellers, we help with your Commercial Property Standard Enquiries (CPSEs) replies and deal with any enquiries, while we’ll also correspond with your lender to redeem any mortgage on the property. 

When it comes to the sale and purchase of business premises, you need to work with a law firm that has experience with all types of transactions and property. We’ve acted on transactions of all types and sizes, from large development sites to owner-occupied buildings and everything in between. Based in the West Midlands, we serve buyers, sellers, and investors nationwide. 

Because we’re a commercial conveyancing law firm built around you, we’ll gain an in-depth understanding of your individual circumstances and requirements, before recommending what we believe is the most efficient strategy for you. You can count on us to guide you, whatever your challenges and goals may be.

Support for a Range of Sectors

From agricultural land and leisure facilities, to retail premises and manufacturing workshops, the industry you work in can have an impact on your commercial conveyancing transactions. Our team has specialist experience in a wide range of sectors, so we can tailor our advice to suit your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Much like residential conveyancing is the process of buying and selling residential property, commercial conveyancing deals with the sale and purchase of business premises. There are several laws and regulations surrounding commercial conveyancing, so it’s important to seek the guidance of a specialist law firm who can work with you throughout the process.

Commercial property is considered to be premises that’s used for business purposes rather than to live in. While the term usually refers to property that contains or is part of a business such as its head office or a warehouse, it can also be used when talking about land that is used to generate a profit.

Commercial real estate comes in all shapes and sizes. They can range from office space, warehouses, and hotels; to nursing homes, sports stadiums and shopping centres. The sale and purchase process will be different for each, and have unique intricacies, so it’s important to receive tailored commercial conveyancing advice to help you along the way.

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To find out more about how our commercial conveyancing solicitors can help with the sale and purchase of business premises, get in touch with our team today.

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