Landlord and Tenant Law
Our team of landlord and tenant law experts work together to identify risks and liability, advise you on the law and then find a way forward which works for your business.
Leases are the foundation of property occupation, and an understanding of landlord and tenant law is crucial when agreeing on a lease. Lease covenants and obligations are wide-ranging, and a breach can be damaging both for the landowner and the occupier, leading to tenancy disputes that can be highly stressful.
Landlord Disputes Solicitors
Our landlord and tenant litigation solicitors act for numerous landlords and tenants. They understand the need to balance often competing interests to protect the value of a property asset and provide a secure source of income for landlords and provide viable operational premises for tenants.
For landlords, most disputes are the result of rent arrears from the commercial tenants, unauthorised sublets or damage to the property. If you are a landlord dealing with difficult tenants, we can help you understand your rights and work with you to find a favourable solution.
Tenancy Dispute Solicitors
Tenants can find themselves in frustrating conflicts with their landlords when the terms of the lease are being breached by the landlord. For example, if repairs are not being carried out at completion. Often tenants delay speaking up out of fear of eviction, and we are here to help tenants know and assert their rights to find a constructive outcome.
Whether you are renting out or occupying a commercial property, our team of landlord and tenant litigation experts will ensure that your assets are managed fairly and reasonably, giving clear advice in the often-complicated area of landlord and tenant law. Our team of specialist landlord dispute lawyers will advise you on:
- Rent reviews
- Break clauses and surrenders
- Lease renewals
- Consents to assign, change use, or sub-let
- Exit strategies
Our team of tenancy and landlord dispute solicitors work together to identify risks and liability, advise you on the law, and then find a way forward which works for your business.
Please contact us to discuss how we can help you with your commercial property matter.
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