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Jacqueline Morris

Solicitor

Commercial Property

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Neil Holden

Solicitor

Commercial Property

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Lauren Astbury

Solicitor

Commercial Property

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Selling your business premises?

Wish to optimise the value of your commercial land?

Negotiating the best price will be at the forefront of all sale negotiations whether for agricultural land, business premises or property development. There may be planning consent to finalise, or easements and rights of way to ascertain or overage clawback conditions to negotiate.

If you are selling a business which includes commercial premises, you will need to take care that its proper value is achieved as part of the deal.

Myers & Co experienced commercial property solicitors know how to optimise the sale value on your business property and get the best return for you. They can advise you on measures to increase the value, and constructively guide you on how to go about it without jeopardizing the sale.

We will prepare the contract for sale and supporting documents for you. We can also help you collect retrospective evidence of planning permissions, create succession of title deeds and formalise casual agreements that affect the property into rights to pass on to the buyer.

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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