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In the majority of commercial and residential leases, the leaseholder is restricted by the freeholder concerning the alterations that can be made to the property during their tenancy. If a leaseholder wishes to make an alteration for example as those listed below, they must acquire a licence to do so from the freeholder and in the first instance would recommend professional advice is sought to determine if the works require a licence.
The process for granting Licence for Alterations we act on behalf of Landlord to evaluate Tenants proposals such as plans and specifications in order ensure that they are carried out to a high level of workmanship and in accordance with such documentation and then make an application to the Landlords legal representative for the drafting of the licence.
A Licence for Alterations is imperative to ensure that at Lease expiry, the Tenant is obligated to reinstate the premises to its original configuration and to avoid unnecessary disputes, especially where the reinstatement covenants in their Lease are silent or poorly worded or do simply not exist.