We advise our clients on all legal matters relating to commercial real estate law. This includes assistance in drawing up lease agreements, situations involving termination or cancellation of tenancies, rent adjustments, and handling complaints from tenants.

Many companies today operate from leased commercial premises, which is why it is imperative for them to have a good, balanced commercial lease agreement.

As a rule, the parties in a commercial tenancy have contractual freedom, meaning that they have the opportunity to extensively negotiate. In the absence of an agreement, the rights and obligations under commercial lease law apply. Thus, it is very important what is agreed in a commercial lease agreement and which mandatory legislative rules apply.

We provide expert advice on commercial lease law and on handling disputes on commercial leases in the courts and in arbitration proceedings.

Our team regularly assists a large number of landlords with the preparation, interpretation and negotiation of commercial lease agreements, keeping a keen eye on both the commercial interests and the legal matters that can be crucial for the individual party.

We have extensive experience in providing advice on commercial lease law, and we assist our clients with all aspects of this legal field.

Our highly skilled lawyers offer advice to clients in areas such as:

  • Preparation of commercial lease agreements
  • Rent adjustments
  • Indexation, maintenance costs, operating expenses, and taxes and levies
  • Handling complaints from tenants
  • Termination, cancellation, and breach events
  • Repairs in connection with vacating the tenancy and formal requirements for surrendering the tenancy
  • Payment default and calculation of time limits
  • Aligning and negotiating commercial conditions to produce a market-compliant commercial lease agreement

Commercial leases are regulated not only by an intricate system of rules, but also by comprehensive case law: our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of such case law and have influenced its development over many years.

Furthermore, several of our lawyers have taught tenancy law to students at the University of Copenhagen, among others, and have written articles and text books on commercial lease law.