Holiday, Leisure and Residential Parks
Cornwall is undoubtedly one of the premier tourist counties in the UK. The team at Nalders Solicitors have supported the tourism industry for hundreds of years, providing a full scope of services to property developers, landowners, business owners and HR departments.
A full range of services
Not only can we provide expert legal information on buying and selling tourism businesses, and leisure and parkland, we have a team of solicitors who specialise in mobile home sites, pubs, restaurants, and guest houses.
Many of our clients take advantage of our Employment Protection Scheme (EPS), which offers a full audit of your employment contracts and documents, a free helpline, and insurance to help cover the expense of defending employment disputes.
As well as taking care of employment matters, the team at Nalders Solicitors will draft and/or review your commercial contracts and terms and conditions. Our lawyers pay careful attention to detail and will ensure clauses are drafted to protect your best interests. We can also robustly negotiate commercial tenancy agreements on your behalf.
Helping Cornish startups
Our partners, in particular, Gayle McDermott, are passionate about helping startups launch and grow their business in Cornwall. Many of our business clients have been with us from the day they began trading, and we enjoy being able to celebrate their success.
With eight offices spread throughout Cornwall, our solicitors have an abundance of local knowledge and connections, which we use to assist our clients in reaching their commercial objectives.
Our point of difference is our understanding of the local community, allied to the experience we have in almost all sectors of business and private client law.
To find out more about how the team at Nalders Solicitors assists the tourism, leisure and residential parks sector in the West Country and beyond, call to make an appointment on 01872 241414.
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