At MTG Solicitors we understand the need to have your conveyancing transaction completed as soon possible. Our professionals can assist you to ensure your transaction runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish.

Acting for the Tenant

Where you have a business lease which is due to come to an end you can contact our experts who will be able to advise you whether you will be entitled to a new lease and if your lease is protected under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.

Generally speaking, a Lease will have a right to renew unless either a Court Order or certain other Notices, warning that the Lease is excluded from the protection of the Act, have been served on the Tenant prior to the Tenant entering into the original Lease.

Provided that you have the protection of the Act your Lease will not automatically come to an end unless you either voluntarily choose to leave on or before the expiry of the Term or the Landlord has served at least six months notice to quit upon you, in a form expressly prescribed by law.

If the Landlord serves a notice to quit, and you want to stay on, you should take advice if you don't want to lose your Tenancy, because there are strict deadlines to be complied with, even if the Landlord has offered to let you have a new Lease.

Contact our experts today who will be able to deal with the lease renewal process for you. We will be able to assist you from ascertaining your right to renew your lease through to negotiating the terms of the new lease.

Acting for the Landlord

Where you have a tenant who has a lease which is due to come to an end you can contact our experts who will be able to advise you on renegotiating terms of the lease.

We will assist with:

  • Advising you whether the lease you have is protected by the provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954;
  • drafting a notice to quit; and
  • dealing with any requests for a new tenancy

Contact MTG Solicitors

Call MTG's commercial property solicitors in Ealing and Hayes on 020 3026 2548 or contact us online to arrange an initial meeting.