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Commercial Possession

Taking possession of commercial premises can be as simple as sending in a bailiff to change the locks and forfeit the lease. However, you must be absolutely sure that you are entitled to repossess and that there is not a residential part of the premises. You must also ensure that the bailiff follows the correct procedure. Getting these things wrong can result in an expensive reversal.

Also before taking possession and forfeiting the lease one needs to consider if that is the best option – sometimes it is better not to forfeit. There may be a guarantor and you will need to serve notice under Section 17 Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995.

We will analyse your particular problem and advise on the best course of action.

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