With ten years’ experience in commercial conveyancing, Versus Law has the perspicacity and experience to diligently and efficiently help you with all aspects of commercial conveyancing.
Our expert team of commercial conveyancing solicitors deliver a dedicated and client-centric service, helping you seamlessly manage all areas of commercial conveyancing.
Whether you’re a property owner with a vast portfolio, are a landlord with a single or several investment properties, are looking to buy or sell a commercial property or are a tenant, we can help guide you through the legalities of your next sale or purchase.
What Is Commercial Conveyancing?
Commercial conveyancing is the transfer of the legal title of commercial property from one person or party to another. There are normally two stages to this: the first is the exchange of contracts – the point at which the terms of sale are agreed. The second is the completion – the point at which the legal title is transferred from one party to another.
There are different types of commercial properties. These can include an office building or block, retail shop or a warehouse. Buildings that house industrial operations, including those for heavy manufacturing, flexible industrial (buildings with a blend of industrial space (s) and office space and light assembly buildings are also classed as commercial buildings.
In addition, commercial buildings also include those that house multiple units, such as multi-family apartment blocks are also classified as commercial buildings.
What Commercial Conveyancing Services Can I Receive?
Our commercial conveyancing solicitors will guide you through every stage of the conveyancing process, keeping you abreast at each stage, whilst providing you with sound legal advice and resolving any issues that may arise.
We have extensive experience in helping to manage successful commercial property transactions. Our comprehensive commercial conveyancing service includes the following:
- The sale and purchase of commercial land and buildings
- Leases of commercial land and buildings
- Assignment of existing leases
- Re-mortgages of commercial land and buildings
- Business sale and purchase
- Landlord services, including licences, deeds of covenants and authorised guarantee agreements
Interested in learning more about why we are held in such high regard as one of the leading commercial conveyancing solicitors in Manchester? Contact us today on 0161 249 5087 or email us at email@example.com for your FREE consultation. If you prefer, you can complete our contact form here.
How Long Do Our Commercial Conveyancing Services Take?
With a strong reputation for providing proactive conveyancing in the region, we move quickly to ensure that your conveyancing is completed in a timely manner.
Our ample and proficient commercial conveyancing teams combined experience mean that we can complete all commercial conveyancing processes in 6-8 weeks. The requisite timeframe is dependent on several variables, including mortgage application, site surveys, and communication with the vendor or buyer’s solicitor.
Why Choose Us?
Versus Law has more the 10 years’ experience as tenacious and positive commercial conveyancing solicitors in Manchester – and throughout the UK. Regardless of the geographical location of a commercial property, we will liaise with you, and on your behalf, to secure a swift conveyancing service.
As a member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, we are recognised for the quality of conveyancing that we provide our clients with.
Our conveyancing practices are supported by our transparent approach and client-centric ethos. We promise competitive fees and a clear quote upfront prior to any work being undertaken.
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Is My Property Leasehold or Freehold?
Leasehold ownership simple refers to a lengthy tenancy (the right to own, occupy and use the property for a prolonged period.) This is known as the terms of the lease. Terms can range from a few years to 999 and within that period units (for instance, apartments within a building) can be bought and sold.
Freehold ownership means that the property owner has unequivocal ownership of the land and all the buildings on it. Freehold property owners are subject to fewer development restrictions, providing that they comply with planning guidelines and restrictions.
Is It a Legal Requirement to Have an EPC?
If you are selling, renting or building commercial property, you need to have a commercial EPC. Should the building be split into sections with separate accommodate, for instance in an apartment block, each section or unit will require an EPC.
Is VAT Charged on Property Rental Payments?
It depends on the individual property. Should a landlord have ‘opted tax’ for VAT purposes, rental payments will be subject to VAT, otherwise, rental payments are exempt from VAT. If your business is VAT registered, your costs will normally be higher, whether the landlord has opted tax or not. You can reclaim any VAT you pay, in the same way as you do for other business purchases.
However, if your business is not VAT-registered, or if you make VAT-exempt supplies, any VAT charged on rental payments will increase your costs.