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Commercial Property with Peter Green

Peter, a Consultant at KPM Solicitors LLP, is a qualified solicitor of the Supreme Court, with over 25 years of experience specialising in commercial conveyancing and commercial landlord and tenant matters.  Having represented major national retailers, local and national property developers and property speculators, Peter also ran a case in the Court of Appeal which involved the establishing of new case law relating to the principle of time being of the essence in commercial landlord and tenant matters (London & Manchester Assurance Co v G A Dunn & Co (1982) (AC).

Peter also has vast experience residential conveyancing, buying and selling unincorporated businesses and the sale and purchase of limited companies.

Name: Peter Green (Solicitor)
Title: Consultant
Tel: 0207 404 1995

Practice Areas:

  • Commercial Property
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Purchase and sale of unincorporated business
  • Purchase and sale of limited companies
  • Residential Conveyancing

Professional Associations/Memberships:

  • The Law Society

 Hazel French – 0207 404 1995

Peter says:
“I head up the Commercial Property Department, where the aim is to deliver a fast accessible service, offering efficient and practical advice at extremely competitive fees whether you are developing, purchasing, selling or leasing commercial premises 
KPM Solicitors offer a no obligation free initial consultation so that we can assess your requirements, and then provide you with a quote for the work required.
The main areas of work we cover are:

  • The sale and purchase of freehold commercial premises;
  • The sale and purchase of leases of commercial premises;
  • The granting of leases and underleases of commercial premises;
  • Drafting leases on behalf of the landlord;
  • Negotiating and advising on leases on behalf of the tenant;
  • Assignments of leases;
  • Dealing with notices received or to be served pursuant to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954;
  • Applications to the court for a grant of the new tenancy;
  • Notices received in respect of alleged breaches of lease;
  • Rent reviews;
  • The combined purchase of both businesses and commercial premises

Once you have decided to make use of our Commercial Property Department, I am accessible at all times to help you to secure your commercial property deal, within your timescale and as cost effectively as possible. 

Contact us for more information about our services.