Our expert team of Landlord & Tenant solicitors are here to help you through stressful times you may be facing either as a Landlord or a Tenant.
Are you a Tenant who is facing hardship from a rogue Landlord?
You may be dealing with eviction issues, and are concerned that your Landlord does not have the legal grounds to evict you. Our mission is to protect our clients and go the distance to ensure that you are not treated wrongfully. It is a criminal offence for Landlords to attempt to evict you without having any legal grounds. Our specialist Landlord & Tenant team are well equipped in dealing with Landlords who may employ tactics to utilise illicit methods. However, you need not worry. We have dealt with many of these Landlords in the past and have successfully protected our clients from illegal evictions.
Your Landlord may have tried to change the locks on your property while you were out, threatened you verbally or physically, forced you to move out or has attempted to limit the areas where you can operate in your property, amongst other things. Please come and see us and we will fight for your rights.
Are you a Landlord who wants to get vacant possession?
We appreciate that sometimes Landlords want to use their property for their own use or want it used for a different purpose. However, it can be a worry when there are currently Tenants occupying your property and are refusing to leave or are occupying your Property but not following the terms of the Assured Shorthold Tenancy and potentially damaging your Property.
It is important that as a Landlord, you deal with a sensitive issue like this very carefully. We will advise you on the steps you should take to legally take back possession of your property. Our expert Landlord & Tenant solicitors will also suggest how long you can expect to wait before you can retrieve possession.
As a Landlord, your property represents a significant investment, and we recognise the commitment involved in safeguarding your current and future livelihood. If an issue were to arise, a prompt and proactive approach is best to avoid any financial losses or damages you might incur.
Many Tenants don’t realise that Landlords have responsibilities towards them and even when they do, sometimes they are too scared to question them or complain for fear of eviction. If you’re one of these Tenants and have a problem you need to discuss, we’re here to help.