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Commercial conveyancing is the legal process that is undertaken by your solicitor in any business property transaction, to ensure that all the legal aspects of the sale or purchase are properly carried out and that all your legal obligations are fully met.

A commercial property transaction can be a complex process, which will need to take place whenever you intend to acquire a new business property, whether you are just starting out, if you are expanding your existing business or if you have purchased a company and you intend to retain the current premises.

It involves carrying out an investigation into the title to a property, performing all of the necessary searches, dealing with the exchange of funds, the due payment of Stamp Duty (where applicable), ensuring that the transaction is registered with the Land Registry and a great deal more. We will guide you through all aspects of the process and keep you fully updated on the progress of the transaction.

Buying and selling is a two-way process, and our team of experts are here to offer practical advice and representation if you have decided to sell your current business premises or to transfer the ownership of any kind of commercial property to another person or company. Whatever your individual situation, it is essential to have sound, expert legal advice to guide you through the process

At Ackroyd Legal, we are client-centred, and you can rely on us to look after the interests of you and your business. Please contact us for more information about our services.

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