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Leasehold property is in many ways much more complicated than freehold property.

 

Wrigleys have the expertise to advise on all aspects of leasehold transactions, including:

  • The grant of leases, sub-leases and leases of part of buildings.
  • Applications to the landlord for consent under existing leases (such as consent to undertake works, consent to assign or consent to underlet).
  • Advice regarding protection for landlords, including guarantees and rent deposits.
  • Advice regarding the end of leases, including early surrenders, terminal dilapidations claims and breaks.
  • Associated documents such as Licences, Tenancies at Will, early access agreements and Agreements for Lease.
  • Advice on existing lease terms, including service charges and repair covenants.

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Paul Nash

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Leeds

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Paul Nash

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Leeds

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Rachel Meredith

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Leeds

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Tim Wrigley

Partner
Leeds

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Emma Ridge

Partner
Leeds

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Richard Marson

Solicitor
Leeds

Wrigleys Solicitors regain top spot in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2018

The firm has once again achieved Band 1 ranking (regional guide) and are delighted to be recognised as a Band 1 National Leader (outside London).

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**Update** Government announces next stage of Community Housing Fund

The community-led housing sector received welcome news this July, the fund provides grant funding for community groups in early stage of development.

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Taulbut v Davey [2018] EWHC 730 (Ch) – when good intentions are badly executed

The recent case of Taulbut v Davey is the latest example of a homemade Will causing confusion, frustration, and fallout.

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Employment Breakfast Briefing - 02 October 2018

Date: 02 Oct 2018

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27th Annual Charity Governance Seminar

Date: 18 Oct 2018

Venue: Hilton Leeds City

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Education Conference - 27th November 2018

Date: 27 Nov 2018

Venue: Cloth Hall Court, Quebec Street, Leeds

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