Nisha Bharadwa

Commercial Property Solicitor


Nisha qualified as a solicitor in July 2007 and has chosen to specialise as a commercial property lawyer, having gained extensive experience in commercial real estate work and commercial landlord and tenant matters.


Nisha has acted for a number of property companies, charities and individual investors, where she managed the property related legal matters arising from their commercial real estate property portfolio’s.


Nisha acts for businesses in all aspects of property related matters arising from their business premises, such as acquisitions, when they are taking leases of business premises, during the renewal process of their existing commercial leases, on the disposal of their business premises or generally to help them understand the obligations set out in the documentation. She has a particular interest in helping small to medium size businesses within local communities.


Nisha has developed experience in property matters arising from the administration of estates and also dealing with matters generally at the Land Registry.


Nisha offers her clients a very bespoke service. She ensures all matters are dealt with pragmatically, provides clear advice and always finds a suitable solution. Nisha is very calm in her approach, is known to be very dedicated and aims to complete matters as efficiently as possible.


SECTORS: Commercial Property



Nisha’s extensive experience includes:


• Acquiring and disposing of commercial premises (both freehold and leasehold) including the preparation of replies to CPSE’s.
• Drafting and negotiating leases and renewal leases.
• Drafting and negotiating: licences for alterations, licences to install equipment (i.e. air conditioning or ATM’s), rent deposit deeds, surrenders, deeds of variations, licences to assign, licences to underlet, licences to change use, transfer of parts,  wayleave agreements, deeds of easements, statutory declarations for forfeiture and surrender.
• Knowledge of the processes set out under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 including: notices to exclude the security of  tenure provisions (and the related statutory declarations), preparing and serving s.25 Notices (both opposed and non-opposed), s.26 Notices and s.27 Notices.
• Successfully acting for landlord’s who have served opposed s.25 Notices, on grounds of redevelopment without needing to seek a court order.
• Preparing and serving schedules of dilapidations (both interim and final).
• Acting for landlord’s in tidying up their titles at the Land Registry and at Companies House.
• Acting for landlord’s in re-financing property portfolio’s.
• Acting for Landlord’s in regularising all the leases within their buildings for good estate management.
• Liaising with directors of property companies on a regular basis to ensure their portfolios are well run, often requiring regular contact with their surveyors, agents and lenders.
• Acting for tenants in ensuring there are no onerous terms in the lease and ancillary documentation, reporting to them on the title and the lease documentation.
• Acting for tenants in assigning their business leasehold interest and often playing a major role negotiating the terms of the transaction (especially where it is a private sale with no agent involved) and preparing the heads of terms and thereafter co-ordinating the structure of the transaction.


SECTORS: Commercial Property


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SECTORS: Commercial Property

SECTORS: Commercial Property