We can provide advice on the legal structure of sale and leaseback transactions which would allow businesses to remain in occupation of their current operating sites while raising much needed cash in the short term.
These arrangements could include an option for the Seller to buy back the freehold after the investor has received the rental income for a fixed period or alternatively a right of first refusal for the Seller to buy the freehold back when the investor makes the decision to sell on.
If you are an owner-occupier who would like to discuss your options with any member of the Barr Ellison Commercial Property Team or if you are an investor looking at opportunities please contact us for a preliminary discussion. In the first instance please contact Elizabeth Deyong on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advice on the legal structure of sale and leaseback transactions which would allow businesses to remain in occupation of their current operating sites while raising much needed cash in the short term.
If you are considering lease variations, get in touch to talk through how these can best done most effectively.
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