Commercial Property


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Commercial acumen on an intimate scale.

You don’t have to go to the City to find experienced and expert commercial property lawyers. Advising on commercial property law and transactions lies at the heart of Bishop & Sewell’s practise and has been the bedrock upon which the success of the firm has been built. We are proud to have had over thirty years of experience in helping clients to navigate the law, process and practise of property deals and to have acquired thousands of satisfied clients along the way.

How can we help?

  • By advising in relation to the full range of commercial property transactions and issues
  • By advising on the acquisition and disposal of businesses
  • By assisting in negotiating heads of terms and the new or renewal lease of your premises

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Who to contact


For more information the following lawyers will be able to help with Commercial Property.

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Nick Potter
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Dipak Vaghela
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Chandresh Bhatt
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Senal Patel
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Andrew Kavanagh
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