Commercial Property Notices (Scotland)

Deed of Surrender free download (commerial property)

Download the free Deed of surrender; this latest deed of surrender is for commercial property only.

Acknowledge to Application for Consent to make Alterations

A response template acknowledge letter to tenants application for Consent to make alterations to leased property

Proposed alterations – Landlords consent in principle

Template letter landlord response to tenants’ proposed alterations request – Landlord letter of consent in principle to tenants’ request.

Proposed alterations – Refusal of consent

These templates can be used to conduct referencing and credit checks. See our Credit Check Tab above on this page. These documents are not needed if you order a tenant credit report.

Rent Deposit Deed V1

Draft rent deposit deed version 1 is a simple short rent deposit deed. This will need to be adapted as required and you must seek legal advice from a lawyer before using this document.

Rent Deposit Deed V2

Draft rent deposit deed version 2 is a comprehensive rent deposit deed. This will need to be adapted as required, and you must seek legal advice from a lawyer before using this document.

Agreement to Exclude Security of Tenure

This is a Declaration made by the tenant who has received at least 14 days’ notice of a proposal for a lease excluding the tenant’s security of tenure.

Notice to Quit (Commercial Property)

Notice to Quit for commercial Property a 28-day (or 3-month) notice. MUST not be used where appropriate notice is a section 25 notice.

Notice section 24 to 28

Notice Sections 24 to 28 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. Notice of Offer of Lease Without Security of Tenure. Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 s .38A(3)(a) and the Regulatory Reform

Section 25 Notice

Section 25 notice to be used only for commercial property. This may not be suitable for commercial property where it is let on a licence. See advice before using this section 25 notice.

Notice Section 146

Notice section 146, under Section 146 of the Law of Property Act 1925. You will need to adapt this document as required; however, seek legal advice from a property lawyer before using it.

Statutory Declaration 1954 s38A (3) (b)

Statutory Declaration Prior to Agreement Excluding Security of Tenure – the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 s38A (3) (b) and the Regulatory Reform (England and Wales)

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