NO LANDLORD OR TENANT WANTS TO BECOME EMBROILED IN A TENANCY DISPUTE.
They’re time-consuming, labour intensive and have the potential to become unpleasant very quickly.
But with nearly a million homes being rented in London and leased commercial property accounting for nearly 40% of the UK’s commercial property value, the city’s rental market is big business.
Our objective from the start is to get the landlord/tenant relationship right so problems are less likely to crop up further down the line. And when things do go sour, as they occasionally do, our priority is to solve the problem quickly and effectively.
With years of experience, our skilled landlord and tenant solicitors service both the commercial and residential rented sectors.
If you’re a commercial landlord or tenant who needs advice on lease terms, a commercial landlord with a problem tenant or a commercial tenant with a problem landlord, our experience will be invaluable to you in making sure a tenancy runs smoothly.
Our advice is backed with years of experience in the residential and commercial rented sectors, helping to protect rights and investments, whichever side of the tenant/landlord relationship you’re on.
We have extensive knowledge and experience of all aspects of landlord and tenant law, which means we’re able to provide clear advice and practical solutions for landlords, property owners and tenants, alike, on every aspect of a letting.
Seeking advice before you put your property up for rent or decide to take on an assured shorthold tenancy agreement means we’re also able to give you guidance that will help you to make the best decisions from the outset.
WHEN THINGS GO WRONG.
Sometimes a tenancy runs into difficulty. When it does, we’ll work to resolve it quickly and efficiently in order to either protect your livelihood and minimise financial loss as a landlord or to safeguard your rights as a tenant.
If things do go wrong, we’re experienced dispute resolution solicitors who will negotiate or mediate in order to bring conflict to a satisfactory conclusion.
And if a resolution can’t be found, we can offer advice on what your next steps should be and help you to take them. Litigation is always a last resort and our advice will always balance the likely outcome against the cost of achieving it.