Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes

For expert legal advice on Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes, call Connaught Law’s Commercial Property Solicitors on 0203 909 8399 or contact us online.

Landlord and tenant disputes are legal conflicts which are usually governed by property law. There are three main types of Landlord and Tenant Disputes :

  • Disputes about non-payment of rent
  • Dispute about the landlord’s non-performance of legal obligations
  • Disputes regarding service charge

If you are facing a dispute which you fail to resolve between yourselves, we can provide you with an experienced landlord and tenant solicitor to help resolve the issues as efficiently and promptly as possible

We deal with a vast range of issues, including dilapidations, rent-reviews, forfeiture and covenant disputes. We will always seek to solve your dispute in the most cost-effective and efficient manner. Taking a dispute to court can be very expensive and our team will advise you on the alternative options for dispute resolution to suit your needs. If you decide that court proceedings are necessary we can represent you and guide you through the court process.

Our services

We act on a broad range of commercial landlord and tenant issues, including:

  • Contractual advice on leases and licences
  • Forfeiture
  • Commercial rent arrears recovery
  • Disputed lease renewals
  • Service of notices
  • Dilapidations and disrepair claims
  • Breaches of covenant
  • Claims on title
  • Termination of leases
  • Rent reviews
  • Recovery of rent and service charge arrears
  • Lender possession claims
  • Nuisance
  • Trespass
  • Party wall disputes

Our approach is centred on proactive, commercially-focused advice that allows properties to be re-let quickly. When assessing rent or other payment arrears, our team identifies options and likely outcomes, whilst always looking ahead to the next step.

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