Commercial leases

The KKI Property team act for landlords and tenants of commercial office premises and standalone commercial premises. We have vast experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases, enforcing commercial leases, advising on the various laws affecting commercial leases and mediating/arbitrating lease breaches.

Potential issues surrounding commercial leases.

  • Repair and Maintenance obligations
  • Use of Common Areas
  • Ownership of tenant fitout
  • Relocation and demolition provisions
  • Tenant’s make good obligations
  • BEECD Compliance

Why choose Kalus Kenny Intelex Lawyers?

Commercial, industrial and retail leasing is a complex and ever changing area of law. Whether you are a tenant or landlord, KKI Property lawyers have vast experience and are constantly keeping up with the changes in this dynamic field.

Experience is the difference.

Our Property Law Team

Henry Kalus

Partner

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Steven Apostolou

Partner

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Denise Wightman

Partner

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Lisa Fowler

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Peter Lettieri

Partner

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Diane Ridgway

Special Counsel

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Kirsty Bradbery

Lawyer

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Chelsea Landgren

Lawyer

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Sarah Wickham

Senior Property Law Clerk

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Chantelle Liphuyzen

Senior Property Law Clerk

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