Lynn Hobbs

Specialist in Commercial Property, Property Development
and Charities & Social Enterprise

Lynn trained and qualified in Leeds with Rind Hind Stewart (subsequently Cobbetts), since then she has worked for Addleshaw Booth & Co, Eversheds and PCB solicitors.

She has extensive experience of the full range of commercial property transactions including freehold sales and purchases, all aspects of landlord and tenant maters including estate management, property development and site assembly, option agreements, overage/clawback agreements, local authority property transactions, the property aspects of major corporate transactions and funding. In addition Lynn advises on the sale and purchase of businesses, charities/CICs, company formation, partnerships and terms of business.

Over the years, Lynn has acted for a wide variety of clients from sole traders to multi-national companies. Those clients have included amongst others manufacturers, retailers, residential and commercial property developers, banks, institutional investors, pension funds, breweries and local and statutory authorities.

Resources

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Information Leaflet – Dilapidations
Dilapidations is the term used when a tenant of a lease has not carried out certain works to the property.

 

Information Leaflet – Business Structures
If you are establishing a new business there are a number of things to consider, in particular, the way it is to be structured. This can be done in a number of ways but the best one for your business will depend on a number of factors and you should always take advice from a solicitor and an accountant.

 

Information Leaflet – Shareholders’ Agreements
Whilst you may be confident that your business will be successful and your relationship with the other business owners be harmonious, there is no guarantee that you will not have a dispute at some time in the future, whether in relation to money or the way in which the business should operate. To avoid significant costs in resolving such disputes you should have a shareholders’ agreement.

 

Information Leaflet – Commercial Leases
Before taking on a lease, whether it is a new lease or one that you are taking over, there are a number of things you should consider.

 

Information Leaflet – Searches
Properties are subject to certain restrictions, financial charges and other matters that may not be immediately apparent but may affect your decision as to whether or not to buy or lease a property.

Information Leaflet
The commercial world is changing – introducing an evolution in business law services

 

Lynn’s updates

Questions to Ask Before Signing a Commercial Lease

April 19, 2016