Commercial Landlord & Tenant Disputes
We act for both individual and institutional landlords, including insurance and corporate pension trustee companies.
Landlords need some degree of certainty their tenants are honouring their contractual obligations under the lease, all the more so where this imposes full repairing and insuring obligations. As a general rule it is better not to leave things until the end of the term only to find that the tenant does not have the means to remedy dilapidations when earlier action might have prevented this. Landlords need to know their options for recovering possession without necessarily going to court (in the case of commercial premises), and how best to recover arrears of rent.
Tenants need to be aware of when a lease might be forfeit for non-payment of rent or breach of other obligations, and what to do when served with a Section 146 notice. Tenants should be aware of out-of-court enforcement methods such as distraint for unpaid rent, and re-entry of premises without a court order
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Areas of Expertise:
- Recovery of possession – commercial and residential
- Recovery of rent
- Recovery of service charges
- Forfeiture claims
- Defending possession proceedings
- Taking action for unlawful eviction and harassment
- Recovering deposits
- Lease renewals