Landlord and Tenant Issues
Representing both Landlords and tenants in relation to rental property
Whether renting or letting, commercially or residentially, or on a short-term or long-term basis, Landlord & Tenant disputes may arise for any number of reasons. Our lawyers are able to provide bespoke pragmatic advice for your needs whether pre-action, during a dispute, or on an advisory basis prior to entering into an agreement.
Providing advice to Landlords, Tenants, Agents and RTMs, our areas of practice include:
- Unlawful occupation;
- Tenancy Surrenders / Termination;
- Drafting of Assured Shorthold Tenancies;
- Section 20 Major Works;
- Service Charge disputes;
- Breach of terms;
- Rent arrears;
- Tenancy Deposits;
- Lease Forfeiture and Relief from Forfeiture;
- Repair / Alterations;
- Renewal disputes;
- Business tenancies; and
- Contracting out.
The above is not an exhaustive list, so do not hesitate to contact our specialist team to discuss your queries.
Contact us for a free consultation
On the other hand, whilst the majority of landlords are familiar with their legal responsibilities many tend to overlook the obligations that they owe to their tenants, both during the course of the tenancy and at the end of the tenancy. Sometimes premises are not fit for habitation or need substantial repair. On other occasions landlords ask tenants to leave the premises at very short notice. We can stop illegal evictions.
Our specialist housing team work very hard to ensure an outstanding service for tenants.
For tenants we can advise you on all types of disputes including;
- Anti-Social Behaviour Possession Proceedings
- Defending Evictions
- Disrepair Claims
- Environmental Health Concerns
- Nuisance and Nuisance based Possession Proceedings
- Problems with the Council
- Rent Arrears
- Rental Possession by Private Landlords & Housing Associations
- Tenancy Agreements
- Tenancy Deposit Issues
- Tenant’s Rights and Responsibilities
GET IN TOUCH
If you require any further assistance from a legal representative, please do not hesitate to get in touch on 0161 402 0213, email email@example.com contact us online.
0161 402 0213 firstname.lastname@example.org