Restaurant Lease Solicitor Manchester


If you require a commercial lease for a restaurant, a takeaway, a bar, a cafe or a pub, our commercial solicitors can manage the process. We have extensive experience handling leases for businesses within the food and drink industry, ensuring that our clients are fully aware of their contractual rights and risks associated with a lease.

We can assist both landlords and tenants in entering, renewing or terminating a commercial lease for a restaurant property. Our team can help you negotiate the terms of the agreement, including your deposit, timetable, rent and maintenance costs.

To speak to our firm about your restaurant lease, contact our Manchester solicitors today and book your free initial consultation.

Restaurant Lease Experts

We have years of experience when it comes to reviewing restaurant leases. Let MWG help you manage the process.

For Tenants

We advise you on all aspects of taking a new lease, assignment of leasing or negotiating your existing terms.

For Landlords

If you are a landlord letting out your commercial property, our solicitors can support you with all aspects of letting your property to your tenants, drafting the lease and advise you on your options, as well as carrying our negotiations with the tenant.

How can mwg help?

We have an experienced team of commercial lease experts ready to discuss your specific requirements today. We are often instructed by businesses to advise on various aspects of the commercial lease process, such as:

– Negotiating Heads of Terms

– Granting or renewing commercial leases

– Assigning, sub-letting and sharing occupation

– Advising on the Security of Tenure provisions and the Tenant’s right to request a new lease

– Dilapidation issues

– Advising on break clauses included in the lease

– Advising on the Landlord’s security requirements such as rent deposits and personal guarantees)

What is a commercial lease?

A commercial lease is a legally binding contract between a landlord and a business tenant. It gives the tenant the right to use a piece of property for a business or commercial activity for an agreed period of time.

How long does it take?

The length of a commercial lease depends on your specific circumstances, such as the complexity of the transaction. Usually, completion of a commercial lease can take from 2 to 4 weeks.

Contact us

To request support and assistance with your restaurant lease, book your free initial consultation with our Commercial solicitors on 0161 835 2446 or use the contact form below.