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Jacqueline Morris


Commercial Property

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Lauren Astbury


Commercial Property

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Moving into new premises?

Having problems with your existing lease?

Before signing any commercial lease agreement, whether new or existing, expert legal advice is vital.

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, Myers & Co Solicitors in Staffordshire could help you to negotiate more favourable terms that protect your interests and are tailored to your needs.


As a landlord of commercial premises there are many important considerations, such as liability for repair, conducting fair rent reviews as well as making sure your tenants are keeping to their obligations.
We prepare and advise on all types of lease and tenancy agreements, ensuring that your position as landlord and your property investment is safe and tenancy disputes are avoided.


When running a business, the last thing you need is a problem with your commercial lease. Rigid terms and restrictions could stifle your growth and you may need to break the lease early.

With our commercial property solicitors at your side during lease negotiations, you can rest assured that you will fully understand the terms of your lease agreement and gain the flexibility you need to allow your business to flourish.

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our commercial property lawyers have a reputation for providing accurate advice to commercial landowners, landlords and tenants throughout Staffordshire and South Cheshire. Contact our commercial property team on 01782 525000 or email us at info@myerssolicitors.co.uk.

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