Setting up, negotiating, terminating or disputing leases
We can help you with any lease-related issue you might have. We help
multinational's set up leases in Australia, and we help medium and large
businesses manage multiple leases, with varying complexity.
We can help you:
Just contact us to discuss your situation.
- set up a lease
- negotiate a lease
- terminate a lease
- dispute a lease
Read an article written by our lawyer Naomi Fink titled "Your Lease".
Do you have a question about leases?
Ask us a question and we will endeavour to answer it.
Question: "What are the consequences of not providing an appropriate disclosure document for a retail tenancy?"
Answer: The tenant may not have to pay rent and may be able to terminate the lease.
Question:"Why bother doing a title search of the property - I know who owns the land anyway?"
Answer: Apart from the very real possibility that the wrong person or
entity is named as landlord, it is also necessary to ensure that any
mortgagee has consented to the lease. Unless the mortgagee has done so,
if the mortgagee enters into possession of the land then it can
effectively ignore the lease and force the tenant from the land so that
it can sell with vacant possession.
Monday, 10 September 2012
Finally finished negotiating the lease with your landlord? Just because the lease has been executed and you have moved in to your new premises, doesn’t mean you should forget about it. There are things to think about during, and at the end of, your lease.
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
For many businesses, owning their own business premises is not an option. So if your business is one which has to lease premises to conduct its business, in all likelihood you will have entered into a retail lease. If the lease is coming up for renewal, or you are looking to enter into a new lease either at the same premises or elsewhere, there will be many questions and issues to address. What documents should you receive? What should you look out for? What expenses are you obligated to pay? And so on.