Commercial Property

Commercial Property transactions

When it comes to buying, selling or leasing commercial property, we know you can’t afford the uncertainty of long drawn-out transactions. With Kidd Rapinet you can be sure of a fast and reliable commercial conveyancing service.

Our clients come from all sectors of the economy – including independent landlords, small family businesses, local authorities, utility boards, multinationals and banks. Whoever we represent, we’ll devote the same dedication and experience to ensure your commercial property transaction proceeds smoothly and with minimum delay.


Preparing for your first meeting

Preparing for your first meeting

When you need advice quickly, it helps to come prepared. Once you have instructed us it would be helpful to bring with you:-

1. Proof of ID: valid passport or driving licence
2. Proof of Address: utility bill of bank statement no less than three months old
3. Commercial Mortgage offer (if applicable)

Resources / Downloads

Commercial Property

Avoiding Cyber Crime with Commercial Property Transactions

There is increasingly a risk that, when buying, selling or leasing a property, fraudsters can hack into your email correspondence, create fraudulent emails and thereby persuade one party to transfer significant funds (such as completion monies) to the fraudster’s bank account.

Fixed fee pricing to put you in control

Property law can be complex, involving ownership, use, access, covenants and a host of other issues so our fixed pricing policy means that whatever happens you stay in control of costs. Our experienced commercial property lawyers avoid the jargon, explaining the law to ensure you avoid expensive pitfalls.

Local authority planning agreements

If you’re looking to develop a commercial property, we can help you negotiate with the local planning authority under Section 106 (requiring developers to mitigate the impact of new property on the local community) and Section 278 (for developments that involve changes to public highways).

Meet Our Lawyers

Commercial property services

  • Sale and purchase of office, shops, warehouse, factories and industrial estates
  • Hotel and golf course development schemes
  • Landlord and tenant agreements
  • Business leases and dilapidations
  • Environmental and planning issues and negotiations with planning authorities
  • Acquisition and disposal of businesses with significant property elements
  • Company secretarial service for clients with property portfolios.
Cameron KinrossCommercial Property