ONE of the North East's leading commercial property specialists will be giving advice at this year’s Tyne and Wear Commercial Property Show.
Paul Earnshaw, a partner at Crutes Law Firm in Newcastle, has more than 18 years’ experience in commercial property law, with particular expertise in landlord and tenant work.
Delegates will have two opportunities to attend Paul’s 30-minute session, ‘Commercial Property advice to put your deal on solid foundations’, which will give an overview of the most important legal issues to consider when buying, selling or renting commercial property.
Paul will also highlight the pitfalls and opportunities to look out for and how to make the process as cost-effective and as stress free as possible.
As part of the session delegates will also be quizzed on their knowledge of this complex area and some common misapprehensions will be clarified.
Paul will give examples from his own invaluable experience of dealing with a wide range of clients including property investors, SMEs, owner-managed companies and Plcs.
He will be highlighting the problem areas that potential tenants need to look out for including repairing obligations, unexpected costs and break clauses.
The workshop will run between 12 and 12.30pm and again between 2.30 and 3pm later in the afternoon.
Anyone interested in attending the workshop is encouraged to register in advance on the property show website www.commercialpropertyshow.co.uk
Crutes’ Commercial Property expertise was noted in the 2010 Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession where Paul Earnshaw was cited as a notable practitioner who is recommended for his “clear communication skills and efficiency” and in the Legal 500 Guide Crutes was noted for its “thorough and experienced team”.
Crutes Law Firm is a well-established, full-service regional law firm and offers an extensive range of legal services to businesses, individuals and the public sector – it is particularly well known for its Property, Insurance, Healthcare, Transport, Social Housing and Local Authority specialist teams.