Company and Commercial
We handle all aspects of start-ups, acquisition and sale of businesses. We advise on a range of issues that affect businesses, employment, joint ventures, mergers, de-mergers, partnership formations and dissolutions. We prepare contracts and advise on compliance with the Companies Acts.
Our services include buying and selling commercial property, offices, shops, restaurants, development land, farmland, leisure sites and buildings. We advise on leases, rent reviews, renewals and dilapidations. We offer essential advice on town and country planning, the closure and diverting of roads, rights of way, drainage rights, the making up of roads and agreements with local authorities.
We undertake a range of licensing services for our clients including obtaining premises licences for pubs, clubs, hotels, restaurants and shops.
- Agricultural law
- Company start-ups
- Joint ventures
- Mergers and de-mergers
- Property sale and purchase
- Commercial leases
- Rent review
Martin Hood LL.B (Hons)
Martin qualified in 1975 and is a partner. He has spent the major part of his legal life dealing with commercial property transactions. He has acquired considerable experience of such matters and has acted for many large companies.
Martin can also deal with many aspects of company and commercial matters. Martin’s knowledge and expertise in dental practice acquisitions and sales is well acknowledged in the dental community. He is a member of NASDAL, an association of accountants and lawyers specialising in all aspects of dental matters. Martin, and his support staff can cope with any transaction of whatever size. Contact Martin Hood
Gareth Williams LL.B (Hons)
Gareth qualified as a solicitor in 2004 and is now a salaried partner and has proven himself to be a valuable member of the Commercial Department handling commercial leases, property sales and purchases. Gareth has also developed expertise in a wide range of company and commercial property transactions and also as to residential estate development. Contact Gareth Williams
Nick JohnNick qualified as a solicitor in 1970 and joined Rees Wood Terry in 2014 as a Consultant having previously practiced as Hopkin John Solicitors in Cardiff. Nick has throughout his career specialised in commercial and residential property transactions, landlord and tenant work and wills, probate and trusts.Contact Nick John.