The Law Society Library provides details of sources of precedents for deeds and agreements of surrender of a commercial lease. 

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Deeds of surrender for commercial leases can be found in: 

Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, vol. 22(3)A, (2017 reissue):

  • Form 79: Deed of surrender - variation for payment of premium by the landlord to the tenant;
  • Form 80: Deed of surrender - payment of reverse premium from tenant to landlord;
  • Form 81: Deed of surrender - mortgagee of reversion joined as party to give consent - variation for payment of premium by the landlord to the tenant;
  • Form 82: Deed of surrender - part of property in consideration of a reduction of rent;
  • Form 83: Deed of surrender - to a mortgagor or mortgagee in possession of the reversion enabling grant of new lease to the tenant under statutory power;
  • Form 84: Deed of surrender - subject to sublease 

Precedents for the Conveyancer, (loose leaf), vol. 2, Section 5:

  • Form 5-I1: Deed of surrender of the whole of business premises;
  • Form 5-I3: Deed of surrender of the part of business premises in consideration of a payment by the landlord or a reduction in rent;
  • Form 5-I4: Deed of surrender of the part of business premises in consideration of a supplemental lease of further premises;
  • Form 5-I5: Deed of surrender of the whole of business premises subject to a sublease. 

Agreements to surrender in the future can be found in: 

Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, vol. 22(3)A, (2017 reissue):

  • Form 78: Agreement for surrender 

Precedents for the Conveyancer, (loose leaf), vol. 2, Section 5:

  • Form 5-I2: Agreement for surrender of whole of business premises 

Record last checked 1 December 2017

 

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