Ashby de la Zouch

01530 639 031

Tamworth

01827 758 041

Commercial property litigation

 

Whether you are a Landlord or a Tenant of a commercial property, your commercial premises is important to you and your business. Any disputes involving your property could adversely affect your ability to trade from the premises or reduce the return on your investment.

 

Getting advice early when a dispute is starting can often save on incurring escalating legal fees. You will be advised on your legal rights and potential options moving forward.  

 

We can help advise you with:

 

Landlord and Tenant Disputes

Disputes between Landlord and Tenant are quite common, especially in relation to terms of the Lease, and the allegation that there has been a breach of those terms. If there is a dispute between the Landlord and the Tenant, we will try to settle any potential claims with early negotiation in an effort to minimise ever escalating costs incurred in litigation.

 

Landlord and Tenant Act lease renewal disputes

Whether you are in dispute regarding the terms of a lease renewal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, or disputing the termination of a lease protected by the 1954 Act, we can provide you with advice as to your rights and help you understand the next steps.

 

Dilapidations

Disputes over dilapidations can take time which can be avoided by early negotiations between the Landlord and Tenant. These can often be very time consuming and stressful, especially if the Tenant has already vacated the property.

 

We try and avoid cases proceeding to Court as much as possible, by attempting alternative forms of dispute resolution such as negotiations and mediations.

 

Forfeiture

Whether it is for non-payment of rent (and only once the restrictions during the Covid pandemic have lifted) or for other significant breaches of the lease, we can help bring claims for Forfeiture, and Relief from Forfeiture in the event the lease has already been forfeit by your Landlord.

 

If you have a commercial property dispute, make an enquiry here.


 

 

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