Commercial Property & Real Estate

Our commercial property team has many years of extensive experience in all areas of commercial property transactions and specialise in this area of work. We pride ourselves on our ability to build excellent working relationships with our clients, providing them with a service that is tailored to their specific needs. Our clients range from individuals to substantial property investors. We have extensive experience in dealing with high value transactions.

We understand that time can be of the essence in property transactions and our close relationship with our clients means we can get to work on your instructions quickly and efficiently with little fuss. Our property experts are contactable beyond normal office hours as we appreciate commercial property deals are often made in the evenings and weekends.

Murria Solicitors specialise in:

  • purchase, sale and leasing of all commercial properties, including offices, shops, industrial units,
  • buying, selling hotels, care homes, and nursing homes
  • acquisition and disposal of leasehold and freehold land
  • all commercial transactions, including leasing, mortgaging and re-mortgaging
  • property development
  • licensing
  • business lease renewal
  • site acquisition for regeneration and development
  • working with landlords and tenants, including the sub-letting of property
  • dealing with rent reviews
  • dealing with Schedule of dilapidations
  • granting of new and assignment of existing leases
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