Martin Donnelly - Solicitor

Martin Donnelly Solicitor Newtons Stokesley

Martin Donnelly is a solicitor in the Corporate, Company and Commercial Law and Commercial Property departments.

He has significant experience in all aspects of commercial property, acting for a range of clients, including investors, institutional lenders, tenants and landlords on acquisitions and sales.

Martin’s experience includes:

Acting for property developers acquiring industrial estates and multi-let sites, advising on all aspects of the acquisition, including the continuing tenancies and their leases.

Acting for pension trustees in respect of acquisitions and sales of property into SIPPS and SSAS schemes.

He has advised institutional lenders, in significant value transactions, when the lender has required separate representation and advised in relation to distressed sales and in ensuring the lender was protected in realising its security.

Martin acts for landlords and tenants in commercial property matters ranging from retail high street units to significant industrial estates.

In addition to his role in the commercial property department, Martin has advised on an number of commercial transactions, including:

  • Business sales and acquisitions, both asset sale and share sales including pharmacies, public houses and retail businesses;
  • Company incorporations, including company secretarial matters and shareholder agreements;
  • Applying for new premises licences and transferring of existing premises licences for pubs and off licences;
  • Advising employees on settlement agreements; and
  • Drafting and advising on employment contracts and TUPE transfers in business sales.

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Specialist Services

  • Agreements
  • Agricultural and Rural
  • Business Leases
  • Charities and Third Sector
  • Commercial Property
  • Company and Commercial Law
  • Employment Law for Business
  • Franchising
  • Intellectual Property
  • Property Development
  • Property Finance
  • Sales and Purchases of Properties and Businesses