Walker Laird has a longstanding reputation of looking after the best interests of our commercial clients by providing a high quality of service. Whether you are a local business or a national lender, we can offer a bespoke service to satisfy your needs. We aim to be a solutions driven team seeking the results that your business demands. We have a specialist team who deal only in commercial work.

For local businesses we can purchase, sell, or lease commercial premises whether it be a shop unit or larger commercial premises. We can deal with the acquisition or sale of your interest in the business as a going concern and can offer advice regarding employment issues which may arise in connection with the acquisition or disposal of an operating business.

For lender clients and housing associations we can offer a bespoke service tailored exactly to the needs of the lender or housing association. We carry out remortgage and residential transactional conveyancing work for lenders and for housing associations we deal with acquisition and sales of commercial and residential properties and housing development projects.

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Changes afoot for civil litigation expenses

Following a debate in the Scottish Parliament on 16th January 2018 the long-awaited Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Bill (“the Bill”) passed stage 1 of the pre-legislative consultation process.  The Bill seeks to continue t …

Proud sponsor of the St Mirren Player of the Year Awards Dinner.

Walker Laird are proud to sponsor the St Mirren Player of the Year Awards Dinner for the 4th year in a row. We are also delighted to have been sponsoring Lewis Morgan’s home kit for the whole of the 2017/18 season as well and wish Lewis and his teammat …

Australian Court decides a text is a Will

The widow of a man who took his life applied to the courts in Australia to be appointed to administer his estate. His brothers contested the case on the basis that an unsent text found on his phone was sufficient to constitute his Will. The case went a …