Premises - Reynolds Parry Jones


All businesses which progress from the stage of being a ‘one-man band’ will, at some stage, need to acquire business premises whether that be simply office space, or a ‘yard’ or workshop or factory premises.

Most small businesses choose, initially at least, to lease (as opposed to buy outright) premises. To the layman a lease can be a complex, even daunting, document to behold and will require both explanation and advice from a legal or property expert.

Some businesses may grow large enough or rich enough to contemplate the purchase of freehold premises. Here again, appropriate legal advice should be sought.

Call one of our specialist business lawyers now to discuss how we can advise and help on these issues.

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