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Nicholas Clayhills

Depending on what you need and can afford, our advice will bring out the relevant points for you to consider in deciding to enter into a lease.

Commercial and retail leases contain many standard and some specific clauses.

Where you locate your business is important.

You should ensure that your lease is written correctly, so you do not have to move or change some important part of your business operations.

Before relocating your business ask for a copy of the proposed or new lease and discuss each clause in it and its implications with your Solicitor.

Retail or commercial leases typically require advice prior to execution, to address parties, rent, taxes, outgoings, repairs and maintenance, insurance, land tax, utilities, term and option renewals, rent reviews, guarantees and bond.

“Straight to the point, honest and informative. Experienced advice regarding matters dealing with … partnerships.”

Jeremy YeoKhoo

  • “Family law conflicts are very difficult to negotiate both personally and to the non-lawyer confronted by the confusing legal system. Having previously had a very bad experience, we felt supported and properly advised in our journey through the family law system and continue to be most grateful to Kate and to Nic for providing us with state of the art professional and personal advice.”


    Clovelly, NSW

Common Partners & Shareholders Questions

  • Common Property Leases Questions

    In each lease, we provide a written advice and take you through the clauses that most relevantly apply to your situation.  You need to consider  if you can you afford the bond, the monthly lease payments and final repairs obligations.