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Peter Millican Law We are a niche law firm based in the UK who work for company owners, businesses and local authorities / the public sector. Our reputation is based on a very high level of practical and commercial experience, know-how, and legal expertise whilst working with clients in the city center, UK wide and internationally. We have the Law Society's Lexcel Quality Accreditation, giving you confidence that our legal advice comes with the highest levels of quality and service as verified by regular independent Law Society Assessors.

For most businesses, the biggest financial risk they take is when they sign a commercial lease. For even modest premises, the commitment you make when you sign a lease can often be greater than the value of your family home. It seems that everyone has an opinion on each of these issues, and many others. Yet often, these opinions have no basis in law.

It's because of this that employers can find themselves the subject of an Employment Tribunal, or even criminal prosecution.
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read more › Our clients use us because we only focus on commercial law. What this means is we can give them a faster turn around on their instructions, and have the specialist knowledge to spot tiny but significant details that other more generalist solicitors might miss. This is true whether it's commercial lease negotiation, business sales / acquisitions, public sector contracts for procurement or setting up educational academies, or commercial debt recovery. Firstly, we're not paying rent on vast Quayside office blocks, so our fees are highly competitive.

read more › For most businesses, the biggest financial risk they take is when they sign a commercial lease. For even modest premises, the commitment you make when you sign a lease can often be greater than the value of your family home. For example, a client was recently buying a night club, which involved taking on the commercial lease for the premises. The lease proposed by the landlord was 40,000 per year, with a term of fifteen years. Had client just signed the lease, he would have entered a contract to pay the landlord the full amount - irrespective of how the night club performed financially.

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