Our experienced charity law solicitors provide advice and support to charitable organisations that are landlords or tenants on all aspects of entering into or exiting leases, as well as property acquisitions and property disposals.
We work in partnership with charitable organisations that are landlords or tenants to advise and support them to ensure that leases they enter into are consistent with funding, service level agreements and in compliance with applicable regulations such as the Charities Act 2011.
Our charity law team has extensive experience and sector knowledge in assisting charities with drafting, negotiating, renewing and terminating lease contracts. We also regularly assist charitable organisations with the buying and selling of property and charging land.
Should disputes arise in relation to leases and transactions our team of specialist solicitors can work in partnership with charity organisations to assess whether there is a case for dispute and can advise and support the organisation through the dispute resolution process.
We act for several hundred charities from small community organisations and churches to large national and international charities and are adept at adjusting the service we provide to fit the needs and aspirations of different organisations. Our team is committed to working with the charity sector and regularly write and speak on developments in charity law and governance.
How we can help you with leases, property acquisitions and property disposals
At Anthony Collins Solicitors, our specialist charity lease services include:
- Advising and supporting on drafting, negotiating, renewing and terminating lease contracts.
- Advising on buying, selling and developing property.
- Ensuring leases are consistent with funding and service level agreements.
- Providing advice on disputes in relation to leases or the buying and selling of property.
- Dispute resolution through mediation or representation in court proceedings.
- Ensuring regulatory compliance.
Property lead for charities.
We have been recognised for the work we do
The Times is looking for three or four charities to feature in their editions running in December 2019 and early January 2020.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 came into force on 1 June 2019.
A property in England and Wales that is a ‘place of public religious worship’ is wholly exempt from business rates, pursuant to Schedule 5 of the Local Government Finance Act 1988 as amended.
Dominic Curran becomes head of charities at Anthony Collins Solicitors.
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