Commercial Property

At Amorys we have an in-depth understanding of the complexity of all property-based transactions and work closely with our clients and tax consultants, architects, surveyors and other professionals where required.

We understand that our business clients require a high quality and cost-effective service which usually includes adhering to tight deadlines.  At Amorys we aim to deliver on our clients’ expectations and provide the highest level of service in the market.

Our commercial property services include:

  • Commercial Property Conveyancing / Buying and selling commercial property
  • Landlord and Tenant matters to include all aspects relating to the drafting, assignment and creation of leases and advising in relation to same
  • Termination and Renewal of Commercial Leases
  • Advising on the application of planning permission and building control legislation
  • Acting on behalf of receivers appointed as owners of properties on foot of fixed or floating charges

Past Experience includes:-

  • Represented developer of Custom House Plaza office development in IFSC, in relation to purchase, finance, construction, planning, drafting and negotiating commercial leases and all tax aspects. We also successfully defended an injunction by a competing developer.
  • Frequently advise large commercial property owners in respect of commercial leases for mixed use, office and retail developments;
  • Frequently advise receivers and liquidators in relation to their appointment under fixed and floating charges, sales of assets, and sales as mortgagee in possession.
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