For the shop I'll always use a Commercial Solicitor when dealing with leases, however, we've just received our draft lease through for an office unit and I don't know whether to send this on to the Solicitor for review because he's quoting another £500 to look over it. The Lease is all written up, easy in easy out terms, 12 month contract but we can leave by handing in notice 3 months in advance (all written in the lease). Our liability is all non structural, we are responsible for damages to the windows on the office and the fire doors but the landlord is responsible for all structural items, underfloor structure, waste pipes, corridor lighting and heating, buildings insurance, 3rd party insurance. We pay a fixed quarterly fee for all of the costs based on our sq.ft of space etc. All of this is included in the draft lease sent from their solicitors. Do I need to send this on to the Solicitors and fork out another £500? or with it being easy in easy out and only 12 months, which we can afford to pay in one full amount today if we fancied it, is it less complex and can i save that money?