Commercial property licences

Where the rights afforded to a tenant under a lease are not appropriate to the situation, commercial property licences are a simple means of letting spare space. This section covers situations where you can safely enjoy the freedom of a licence agreement and avoid restrictive lease problems.


    Commercial property licence: to occupy business premises

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    This licence agreement provides the legal framework to let spare office rooms, workshops or other business space to other businesses without creating a lease under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1980.

    Licence agreement to use part of home as an office

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    Licence to occupy part of home as office; business property licence to establish a proper cost for tax and partner purposes.

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