Commercial property transactions and disputes can be highly complex and multifaceted. Marsans Commercial Property Team have the expertise to deliver highly pragmatic solutions to its clients.
Marsans offer high-quality legal advice that is clear, practical and tailored to its clients personal and commercial objectives.
Marsans can provide advice on a comprehensive range of commercial property matters including, but not limited to:
- Landlord and tenant
- Property investment
- Residential development
- Retail property
- Commercial development
- Asset management
- Ground rent services
What clients say
“Over the years we have instructed Pravin we have found him to be a true professional. He explains all aspects of the case clearly and in terms which is easy to understand. He keeps us updated on the progress of our cases and at all times he has kept his focus on the best interests of our business”.
“So far you are always bringing me good news”.
I cannot thank you (Jikoa Monu) enough for all your hard work and expertise in our recent need of a business contract ‘drawing up’. As time was very limited, you still managed to complete in time; allowing everything to run smoothly.
Kind regards, Susan
Marsans are very approachable, friendly and efficient. They accomplish their results with the utmost in professionalism.
“Kumar is an outstanding lawyer who demonstrates tremendous understanding and empathy with his clients. He is open and honest and the deeply held principles tinged with sound realism, that underline his enthusiasm for his work, are apparent at all time”
Noble Retail Limited
“I can’t thank Kumar enough for his hard work and determination with my recent Immigration Judicial review proceedings, his sensitivity at what was the worst time in my life really helped get me through it. I thoroughly recommend Kumar not just on a professional capacity, where he is excellent but as a kind and caring human being. Thank you so much again,”
The Singapore Convention – Implications for mediating international commercial disputes On 7 August 2019, 46 countries signed the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation (‘Convention’) (known as the Singapore Convention on Mediation). The substantial number of signatory states, including two major actors in international trade, the US and China, underscores the […]
Suspension From The Register Of Tier 2 Licensed Sponsors: “We visited you to assess your suitability as a registered sponsor. During this visit our officers identified a number of issues which have led us to suspend your sponsor licence…” In the aftermath of a compliance visit from the Home Office, these are the words every […]
In March 2019, the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee published its 12th report following a six-month inquiry into leasehold reform. This was the result of studying more than 700 submissions in initial evidence, and further evidence received during the sessions with many leaseholders getting in touch with the Committee saying “Me too!”. On 11 […]
A standard force majeure clause exempts the contracting parties from fulfilling their contractual obligations for reasons that either could not be anticipated or are beyond their control. The application of force majeure clauses is limited to the events specified in the clause. Given the unpredictable character of Brexit, and its possible standing as a force […]