Kaur Sutherlandguarantee to provide specialist, practical, and cost effective advice to meet your business needs.
We have dealt with both small and large businesses and handled high value transactions. Our approach is to get to know our clients and focus on their commercial objectives so that we are able to deliver not only technically sound but commercially focussed advice.
There’s never been a better time to invest in commercial property in Glasgow – and not just the city centre but also the surrounding areas too. But what really helps is having expert local commercial property solicitors on your side.
Our partners are highly regarded commercial lease lawyers with experience in working alongside major clients such as Tesco, Aldi, Oxfam and the Bank of Scotland.
We’re also one of the few commercial property solicitors both in Glasgow and Scotland to be trusted with a place on the Commercial and Corporate lending panels of leading banks and building societies.
Our commercial property clients range from individuals seeking to expand or relocate their businesses, small and medium enterprises to blue chip organisations including public limited companies, national retailers and leading charities.
Whether acting for the investors or occupiers, we guarantee you balanced and specialist commercial advice reflecting the very latest market conditions and will ensure the execution of even the most complicated real estate deals in a direct and efficient manner.
Our advice is always unambiguous and practical, and targeted at delivering your commercial objectives.
We are qualified and experienced in every aspect of the legal services required for commercial property projects, including: property acquisition and disposal, asset management, commercial lease management, local and regional development requirements, partnering arrangements and corporate joint venture vehicles, construction contracts and financing.
Our approach to commercial development and regeneration projects is practical and solution-focused, with recent projects including:
If you have not sold your main residence on the day you complete your new purchase you'll have to pay ADS. This is because you own 2 properties. You can apply for a refund if you sell your previous main home within 18 months.
The conveyancing process usually takes between 6 and 12 weeks but will vary. Depending on your situation, your case can take much longer than 6-12 weeks. Conveyancing can take a long time for many reasons. Each step of the process must be completed correctly to avoid even further delay.
Our firm does not charge any upfront fees for our service. The 'no completion, no fee' means you only need to pay us on the completion date.
In an ideal world, you’d sell your home the minute you put it on the market and then have all the time you need to find your next dream home while your buyers wait patiently until you’re ready to move. Unfortunately, we don’t live in an ideal world and in most cases you’ll need to sell and buy at the same time. This results in a housing chain. While not uncommon, property chains can cause significant headaches. So if you’re planning to buy and sell your house at the same time, make sure you’re prepared. We can help keep everything runs smoothly and according to plan.
The residential LBTT rates are based on the purchase price bands, with a ceiling for nil rates set at £145,000 A relief for first-time buyers is available, which increases the residential nil rate band of LBTT to £175,000.The availability of the relief will result in a reduction in tax of up to £600 for qualifying first-time buyers, relative to the rates which would have otherwise applied.
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