Landlord And Tenant Issues

Our Property Team deal will all aspects of Landlord and Tenant issues

There are many issues that can arise when you own, let and/or manage properties

Key areas that we deal with include:

  • ​Leases and tenancy agreements
  • Lease renewals
  • Licences to alter
  • Licences to assign and underlet
  • Deeds of variation
  • Surrenders
  • Guarantees and rent deposits
  • Service of break notices and notices to quit
  • Termination of leases / applications for possession
  • Business lease renewal
  • Dilapidations
  • Forfeiture of leases
  • Recovery of rent arrears
  • Service charge disputes
  • Rent review disputes
  • Landlord and tenant breaches of covenant
  • Options on tenant insolvency
  • Orders for sale of land
  • Rights of way
  • Rights of light
  • Nuisance issues
  • Rectification of title issues
  • Adverse possession
  • Trespassers
  • Compulsory purchase
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