LeasesNSW

A guide to negotiating and drafting retail, commercial, and rural leases in NSW, including assignment, termination, transfer, and other related transactions.

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Overview

A guide to negotiating and drafting retail, commercial, and rural leases in NSW, including assignment, termination, transfer, and other related transactions. The commentary covers the practical issues in leasing such as bank or personal guarantees, interruption, outgoings, repairs, renewals, registration, and subleases.

Also included are the Retirement Village (NSW) guide and the useful reference 1001 Conveyancing Answers (NSW).

The matter plan provides a workflow process of a typical matter from start to finish.

Precedents in this publication include all that is required for the quick and accurate production of leases and advice to landlords or tenants:

  • Commercial, retail, and rural leases in plain English;
  • Advice to parties reviewing a lease;
  • Agreements to lease;
  • Disclosure statements;
  • Licences;
  • Deed of assignment of lease;
  • Library of additional clauses and notices;
  • Appropriate letters.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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