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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - The business lease whole of building
    The business lease (whole of building)If you own the freehold to business premises, then you might, at some stage, want to rent out to a tenant. To do this properly and make your life easier, you'll need a business lease drawn up. Use our form of lease to enable you to do this safely.Why bother putting it in writing?Because if you don't and there's a dispute it's your word against the tenants. It's better to get things put down in "black and white" now, rather than risk a costly legal dispute later. Note. Even...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Licence to sublet
    Licence to subletYour landlord's given you the go-ahead to sublet your premises. He will insist that you enter into a licence to sublet. Make sure you use the correct form for maximum protection and flexibility.AdviceIf your lease provides that your landlord's permission is needed before you can sublet the premises, all the parties (your landlord, yourself and your subtenant) will have to sign a separate document called a licence to sublet. From your perspective, this document's important because it confirms...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Licence to make alterations
    Licence to make alterationsYou need to carry out some alterations to your premises. Your landlord's now given you the nod. Use our form to set out in detail what's been agreed between you so as to avoid any future misunderstandings.AdviceAs with almost anything you do as a tenant, you must always check your lease to see what's allowed and what isn't. Most well-drawn up leases allow alterations to be made, provided the landlord agrees. If the covenant is qualified, i.e. it says the landlord's consent is needed,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Agreement to exclude security of tenure less than 14 days notice
    Agreement to exclude security of tenure - less than 14 days' noticeYou've found the premises you like and agreed terms with the landlord - you're also contracting out of the Landlord and Tenant 1954. However, you're in a tearing hurry to get in and can't hang around for 14 days to elapse before your landlord can serve the warning notice on you to explain the repercussions of contracting out. All's not lost, because our form will enable you to move in and still comply with the Act, as far as contracting out...
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