Our Property Department advises on both residential and commercial property transactions.
Our team is led by Daniel Moore the head of the property department.
We act for property companies, developers and all types of landlord and commercial tenants needing acumen and advice, as well as negotiation skills that can only be provided by experienced specialist property lawyers. We offer flexibility and the ability to act quickly dealing with all aspects of property transactions.
Clients can access their real time files online 24/7 which can save time and cost (as well as being green!) and can e mail and call us at any time.
We are very conscious of the need to proceed within agreed time limits, and to ensure that commercial objectives and prevailing financial conditions are kept firmly in mind.
We can also liaise with our other departments to recover rentals, deal with contested dilapidations or service charges or construction or employment or other disputes.
We realise that a residential sale or purchase can be an extremely stressful time and do everything possible to deal with each transaction with speed and accuracy. Key to our successful department, and why our clients come back each time they require a property lawyer, is communication. You will be kept up to date at all times and can select how we communicate with you, via e-mail, phone, and fax or in person. You may even deal online with your file seeing exactly what is happening and being able to instruct at any time of the night or day, or receive information via mobile text messaging.
We hope that you will be in touch with any enquiry. You may also find it useful to read this Law Society Guide to Buying a Home.
We offer a specialist leasehold enfranchisement service which includes advising on all aspects of leasehold enfranchisement (lease extension, freehold purchases), right to manage, and on the right of first refusal. Our team is experienced in handling matters ranging from simple to very substantial high value complex issues. Moon Beever is a member of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP). Membership of ALEP acts as a badge of assurance so that flat owners and freeholders can be confident that they are employing professionals with the right level of experience in handling potentially complex transactions.
Please refer to our frequently asked questions for more general information on the subject.