Meet Ince, your trusted partner, in any case.
Whether you are a start-up or an established organisation, we provide you with first-class professional and legal services designed to meet your specific needs. As your trusted partner, we can manage all your legal and strategic requirements. Let us worry about the fine print so you can focus on your business.
Ince’s partner-led real estate team, based across our offices in London, Bristol, Cardiff and internationally offer a full range of real estate services in areas including financing, acquisitions and disposals, planning, development and leasing. Our clients benefit from our significant experience in orchestrating high value, long-term projects, facilitating negotiations and navigating legal issues on their behalf at a cost option that provides real value for money for the Client whilst still being led at Partner level.
The service provided by our real estate team is complemented by our property litigation team who help our clients to avoid and/or minimise the impact and disruption such disputes can have on their business and personal lives. Our team carefully considers our clients' case and provides commercially focused advice on the associated risks and merits to ensure our clients are making decisions from an informed position, which will benefit their business.
With a heritage reaching back 150 years, Ince is a dynamic international legal and professional services firm, with offices in seven countries across Europe, Asia and the Middle East. With over 500 people, including over 100 partners worldwide, Ince provides legal advice and strategic guidance to clients ranging from the world’s oldest and biggest businesses operating across numerous industries to ultra-high net worth individuals.
Whereas most operators in the real estate industry, Donald Trump included, may be most interested in the “art of the deal”, the Fifth Money Laundering Directive (“5MLD”) requires that estate agency businesses must make a customer known to them and not just make a sale.
On 15 June 2020, all non-essential retail, which includes fashion and luxury retail, is permitted to open for business, provided that safety guidelines are followed.
On 15 June 2020, all non-essential retail, which includes fashion and luxury retail, is permitted to open for business, provided that safety guidelines are followed. This means that many retailers will currently be working on plans to start getting their workforce safely back to work in order to prepare stores and check stock in readiness for the reopening.
The latest amendments to the MEES Regulations (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard) came into force on 1 April 2020 affecting landlords with existing tenancies.
Commercial rents and the Coronavirus Act 2020
Tenant Alterations : a stark reminder to landlords and tenants to carefully review the terms of the lease when a request for consent to make alterations is made by a tenant