Sat Bhandal

Solicitor | Director

Sat is an experienced solicitor in our Commercial Property team having previously spent over 21 years at Wright Hassall. Sat has a wealth of expertise in dealing with all aspects of Commercial Property matters and his exceptional wide range of experience includes:

  • Property development, including site assembly, acquisition and disposal of both instant and strategic development sites, conditional and unconditional contracts, overage arrangements, advising on variable and fixed price option agreements, development, promotion and collaboration agreements.
  • Investment property sales and purchases;
  • Landlord and Tenant transactions;
  • Secured lending acting for both banks and borrowers;
  • Freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals;
  • General portfolio management work;
  • Sale and leaseback transactions.
  • Corporate support

If you think Sat's expertise in Commercial Property could help you, please do not hesitate to get in touch.



News and media

  • News
    • Posted on March 14, 2022
      We are delighted to announce the arrival of Liz Williams who joins our highly regarded Commercial Property team in Warwick. With over 20 years’ experience, Liz is a well-respected commercial property solicitor, advising clients in all types of commercial property transactions from leases and acquisitions of land for development to the sale and purchase of small businesses such as hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes to name a few!
    • Posted on August 16, 2021
      The purpose of a rent review is to regularly reassess the rent that the landlord is offering at different intervals within the lease, usually, every three to five years. It enables the landlord to review the current value of the property and the level of rent payable.

      The most common rent review provisions found in leases today are:
    • Posted on March 31, 2020
      The Coronavirus Act 2020-21 provides immediate protection for commercial tenants who cannot pay their rent because of COVID-19. No business can be forced out of their premises until at least 30 June 2020, even if they miss payment(s) of rent.

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