Experienced Surrey Commercial Conveyancing Lawyer
Serving Greater Vancouver and Surrey
As one of North America’s leading real estate markets, there has been a significant and consistent rise in both the volume and value of real estate transactions taking place every day in Vancouver and the surrounding areas.
It’s important to keep in view that successful real estate transactions aren’t simply about finding your ideal commercial property or the best buyer. It’s often about ensuring you have a solid agreement in place and making sure that all the procedures, due diligence, and obligations are properly satisfied.
Buying or selling any commercial real estate isn’t a decision you can take lightly, especially when the deal is taking place in Vancouver. Regardless of whether you are looking to sell your commercial property or have found a great new location as part of your business expansion plans, Nirwan Law Corporation is here to help you every step of the way.
When you hire our services, you can rest assured that our real estate lawyer Surrey team will work closely with you, to ensure the transaction progresses as seamlessly as possible. We are a highly reputed law firm catering to businesses of all shapes and sizes, across various industries. Our area of expertise spans business law as well as commercial real estate law.
This gives us a very sound footing while providing the best commercial conveyancing services to our clients. We combine these two specific skillsets to provide you the peace of mind you need while conducting any commercial real estate transaction.
Top Quality Business Conveyancing Services
Our commercial real estate lawyer team is highly detail-oriented. Each one of our lawyers is skilled and experienced in handling and addressing a variety of potential commercial real estate concerns, well before they escalate and turn into more serious issues. We regularly deal with property management companies, landlords and corporate investors as well as small and medium business owners.
Whether you are buying, selling or need mortgage financing for your commercial space, our expertise and experience in real estate conveyancing will help streamline and simplify the process for you. We are here to address all concerns, clarify doubts and answer queries with consideration and insight.
Our firm also understands that regardless of the size and scale of your transaction, it’s crucial to you. We are experts in leasing and purchase and sale of commercial properties throughout the region. Our team has been involved in a range of acquisitions across various asset classes such as:
Freehold & strata properties
Warehouses and office buildings
Range of Conveyancing Services
Our lawyers handle everything from negotiating as well as drafting commercial, office & retail leases to advising tenants about lease liability by reviewing commercial leases. We also handle construction contracts, due diligence, mortgage financing, joint ventures, and assignments.
Whether you are developing a large-scale commercial property or leasing a small retail store, our expert commercial conveyancing lawyer can help with every phase of the transaction including:
Preparing the disclosure statement
Preparing the Contract of Purchase & Sale
Assisting with negotiations
Dealing with the builders’ lien issues
We have business dealings with most Lenders and all the major Canadian banks which means we can act on your behalf in a full range of commercial real estate transactions.
Standard Conveyancing Documents
Our firm has handled large portfolios and single assets. In every single case, we bring an in-depth and sophisticated understanding of matters related to due diligence and conveyancing. You can rest assured that your property title will meet your expectations and objectives. As part of the commercial conveyancing process, some of the documents that would be required include:
Tenant estoppel certificate
Assignment and assumption of leases
Vendor’s notice & direction to tenants
Vendor’s PPSA letter
Bill of sale
Assignment & assumption of encumbrances
Assignment & assumption of contracts
Third-party required consents
Purchaser’s assumption of specific agreements
Assignment of rights & warranties
Why Choose Us – Business Law Firm
Assist you through the entire Process
Assess your particular Needs
Guide you through each step
Draft and file all required documents
Transfer title successfully
Commercial Real Estate Lawyer
With us in your corner, you can rest assured that a committed and experienced team of commercial conveyancing lawyers is there to ensure that the purchase or sale of your commercial property progresses as seamlessly as possible. Our business conveyancing lawyers will keep you informed every step of the way. We are here to answer any questions you may have and clear doubts if any.
We understand how important it is to have all the paperwork in place, and that every clause in the agreement is as it should be. When you hire us, you have the peace of mind that experienced commercial conveyancing experts are with you from the start to the close of your real estate deal.
For any information on our commercial conveyancing and range of legal services, such as family transfer, estate transfer, title insurance etc. feel free to call Nirwan Law Corporation at +1.604.372.0253 or send us a message via this Contact Us form.
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Knowledge, skills & experience on your side.
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When purchasing a home you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Once a lawyer is involved, they can start working to protect the purchaser’s interests. “Buyer Beware” is still the law in BC. Be sure to check the home you are planning to buy very carefully. In other words, be sure to do your due diligence investigations. As your real estate lawyers, we will ensure property taxes are up-to-date and no claims are listed against the property.
Real estate layers oversee the process of buying or selling property to ensure the interest and right of clients are preserved. The purchase of a home is one of the biggest investment most of us will ever make. Real estate closing is a complicated legal process involving the execution of many legal documents which have significant financial implications. You want to protect your investment. A purchaser’s lawyer goes over the agreement of purchase and sale to make sure the buyer is protected. The lawyer checks title, or chain of ownership of the property, for any problems or liabilities such as liens. All mortgage loan documents and legal papers are verified for the purchaser. A seller’s lawyer will check the agreement of purchase and sale to protect the seller and address any title issues that arise, arrange for final payoffs for existing loans and prepare the necessary documents to transfer ownership of the property. As your real estate lawyers, we will examine all of the closing documents on your behalf to make sure your rights are protected.