Commercial landlord services

Our services

We work alongside our clients to make sure they have the information they need to make the right decision for their business. Our expert commercial property solicitors handle matters professionally and decisively in the ever changing property market.

We act for a range of clients including individuals, partnerships, companies, LP’s, LLPs, charities and pension funds with various property needs.

We explore different dispute resolution methods to ensure that disputes managed by Parrott & Coales are remedied quickly and effectively.

Areas we specialise in

We will work on behalf of our clients to raise court proceedings and represent them through their matters when a dispute cannot be swiftly concluded. Our aim is to reach the right outcome with minimal disruption and costs.

We will tailor our services to meet your specific needs and discuss each step with you wherever possible, we are also able to offer fixed fees for some of our services.

Our services include:

  • Notices to quit
  • Dilapidation Claims
  • Section 8 and 21 Notices
  • Recovering property possessions for Landlords
  • Enforcement of County Court Judgments

Commercial leases

A commercial lease solidifies the relationship between a landowner and tenant. When letting a commercial property for any amount of time, a lease is required.

Commercial leases will include:

  • How long the occupation will last
  • What the rent will be
  • Who will insure the property
  • Who will repair the property
  • If alterations can be made
  • Any circumstances under which a lease can be brought to an end

As a property owner, it is essential to have a lease if you have a mortgage that allows occupation of your property. Without implementing either a tenancy document or lease, you could be left with high expenses and consequences. From an early onset it is crucial to lay out the provisions of your agreement with the tenant or occupier to minimise the potential of future disputes.

If the relationship between both landowner and tenant isn’t made clear from the start, it could allow disputes to emerge, which could lead to expensive litigation. In order to  remain in control of your property, a correctly drafted lease is recommended.


We have vast expertise when it comes to advising a range of landlords and tenants, from individuals to corporate bodies, when negotiating lease renewals or new leases.

Contact Parrott & Coales today to discuss your legal requirements with our expert team.