Whangarei lawyers Regent Law are available to help you 24/7. Situated in the Regent area of Whangarei, we are mobile and can visit you any where in the greater Northland area of New Zealand. We have a large local Northland commercial law practice, and act for large nationwide businesses, including nationwide retail chains, a leading ahu whenua trust, a bank, and the New Zealand’s establishment of the world’s largest real estate franchise. Contact us now to see if we can help.


The below prices exclude GST and disbursement costs and indicate the range and base price you can expect to pay for a standard transaction. Please contact us any time to get an indication of the likely costs involved for your requirements.

Commercial lease matters require a retainer payment at the time of engagement.

*Terms and conditions apply.

Service Standard Price (from)
Agreement to lease
Deed of lease $2,500
Assignment of lease
Deed of sub-lease
Variation of lease
Rent review
Renewal of lease $900 to $1,500
Advice to landlords and tenants
Health and safety compliance
Negotiating box-set lease requirements for chain stores
Advising landlord’s on providing consent to tenant’s assignment of lease
Licence to occupy
Beehive placement licence

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