Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals

Muscatt Black Graf’s Commercial Property team are hugely experienced in Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals and are specialists in the sale and purchase of property by companies, partnerships, and individuals.

Buying and selling commercial property can be a complex process. Our Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals department has a wealth of knowledge and experience in dealing with commercial property sales and purchases. We can provide advice and assistance on the entire transaction, from investigating the title to drawing up the legal documents.

We act for businesses, landlords and investors on the sale and purchase of land and buildings throughout England and Wales. Muscatt Black Graf’s Commercial Property lawyers have particular expertise in high-end, high-value transactions.

If you are looking for advice and guidance on Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals and want to discuss your next steps, please call Muscatt Black Graf today on 0207 586 1141.

Our experienced Property solicitors offer a bespoke service and take the time to consider your commercial objectives alongside industry-specific requirements to ensure that your interests are properly protected, and your needs are met.

Our London-based Real Estate lawyers advise on all stages of a commercial property transaction from both a buying and selling aspect.

Our Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals service includes:

  • Commercial Property Standard Enquiries
  • Drafting and reviewing relevant documentation, including the purchase and sale contract, transfer deed, lease, stamp duty form, and mortgage deed
  • Exchanging the contracts
  • Investigation of title
  • Liaising with HM Land Registry and registering the transaction
  • Negotiating the completion date
  • Payment of Stamp Duty
  • Pre-Contract Searches
  • Transfers

Commercial Property Acquisition Lawyers Marylebone

Our Central London-based Commercial Property team works closely with other industry professionals, including surveyors, accountants, and estate agents. We also draw on experience from other lawyers across the firm, to ensure our clients benefit from a bespoke service with a whole range of specialist advice.

We provide a tailored service and are always thinking ahead to address your commercial and legal needs, allowing you to concentrate on running your business with minimal disruption.

We work closely with our Property Finance team and can provide guidance and administrative support for clients who require financing solutions when purchasing property, including corresponding with your lender, and dealing with their requirements.

For more information about our Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals service, please contact Muscatt Black Graf today. You can call 0207 586 1141, email contact@muscattblackgraf.com, or fill in our online contact form.

Commercial Property Disposals Legal Advice

Our Commercial Property Solicitors have substantial experience in dealing with the sale or acquisition of property portfolios across a wide range of industry sectors. We have acted on behalf of a wide variety of clients, including established property companies and high-net-worth individuals.

Whether you are looking to buy or sell a block of flats, mixed-use investments or retail spaces, our experience and knowledge are invaluable, and our partner-led approach ensures your transaction is managed by an experienced property solicitor from the outset.

 

Commercial Acquisitions and Disposals Lawyers London

Muscatt Black Graf is a long-established specialist law firm of highly experienced lawyers who provide exceptional client care and straightforward advice.

For more information, please call 0207 586 1141, email contact@muscattblackgraf.com, or fill in our online contact form.

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