If you run a successful business from home, you may be considering a move into dedicated business premises, but buying a property is sometimes too big a step at this stage. Taking a business tenancy is more flexible and less of a commitment than buying, but it comes with responsibilities as well.
The draft lease
When you’ve found a suitable place, the landlord, or probably their solicitor, will present you with a long and wordy document, the draft business lease. At this stage you may want to consult lawyers of your own, because the language of the lease isn’t always easy to comprhend.…Continue reading