Commercial Property

Commercial Property

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors have extensive experience and an in-depth knowledge of the complexities involved in relation to all aspects of commercial property law including:

Sale and Purchase

Financing / Refinancing

Long and short term leases

Agreements to lease


Concession agreements



Compulsory Purchase Orders

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors are specialists in this area and were finalists in the Property Law Firm/ Property Lawyer of the Year category in the Irish Law Awards 2013.

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Key issues when buying a commercial property in Ireland

There are a number of common issues that arise in the purchase of commercial property in Ireland whether it be by auction or private treaty. We set out these issues below for consideration.

Key Clauses in Commercial Leases

Commercial Leases are lengthy documents and it is extremely important that both the landlord andtenant are fully aware of what the lease contains particularly in the case of a tenant where someobligations can be drafted to be quite onerous

Commercial Property – Repair Clauses in Commercial Leases

Responsibility for repairs is a common source of dispute between landlords and tenants. The repairing obligations will be set out in the lease.

Clauses in Commercial Leases

Responsibility for repairs is a common source of dispute between landlords and tenants.

Commercial Lease – Property Services Regulation Authority

Under section 87 of the Property Services (Regulation) Act 2011 tenants under a commercial lease granted on or after 3 April 2012, or a person authorised by the tenant, is required to submit particulars to the Property Services Regulation Authority at 3 stages in the term of the lease as follows:

Registration of Rights of Way – Easements

An easement is a right which an owner or an occupier of land has, by virtue of his ownership of his land, over the land of a neighbour, e.g. right of way, light, support and water.

Commercial Property : Schedule of dilapidations

On termination of a lease, a tenant may be served with a schedule of dilapidations. This is essentially a schedule containing details of the tenants breach(es) of its repair obligations contained in the Lease


For further information please contact Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors by calling 01 2340044, by emailing us at or by filling out our online contact form. Your enquiry will be forwarded to a solicitor who specialises in Commerical Property.

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