Landlord and Tenant Disputes
A positive relationship between a landlord and tenant can often be difficult to maintain due to opposing views, meaning disputes between both parties are becoming more common.
If you rent out your property or are a tenant who is renting, you may need to seek specialist advice regarding your rights and obligations. If you have a problem, whether you are a landlord or tenant, do not hesitate to contact us, as you will want an experienced dispute resolution solicitor representing you.
Our experienced team are here to help you. We will work with you to ensure the best possible outcome, here are examples of the disputes we advise on:
Recovering possession at the end of the term or due to breaches of the tenancy agreement
Service of notices section 8 and 21 Housing Act 1988
Preparation and issue of court proceedings
Representation at court
Right to Manage
Right to Rent
Right of first refusal Part 1 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (the 1987 Act) as amended by the Housing Act 1996.
Recovery of rent and service charges
Service charge consultation pursuant to Section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 (as amended by S151 of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002)
Advice on terms and conditions on tenancy agreements
Advising on breaches of leasehold terms
This is a complex area of the law and requires expert advice. Please contact us on 028 974 7490 or email@example.com for a consultation to discuss the best way forward for you and we will provide you with further and specific advice tailored to your circumstances.