As a residential landlord, disputes with tenants can be financially disruptive and there will be an immediate need for action. If a tenant has fallen behind in rent payments, tactical legal steps can be taken to recover outstanding sums whilst preserving the ongoing landlord and tenant relationship. In cases where the tenant has a track record of non-payment and the landlord wishes to end the tenancy, it’s vital to move quickly to reduce potentially costly delays.

If you are a residential landlord or tenant facing a dispute that requires legal assistance we can help. Our expertise includes disputes involving rent arrears and deposit issues, possession proceedings, service charges and management companies.

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