Landlord and Tenant Problems
Most tenancies run smoothly with both the landlord and tenant doing what they are supposed to under their lease or tenancy agreement. However, there are a small minority of tenancies where either a landlord or tenant may not act properly. We are happy to deal with cases for both commercial and residential properties where tenancies go wrong.
There are many different principles that apply to commercial and residential properties and our experienced property dispute lawyers have the experience you need to be able to help you resolve your dispute in the best possible way.
We act for both landlords and tenants of commercial properties and can advise about things like failure to pay rent or other monies due under a lease, failure to keep the property in good repair, or failure to use the property properly. Sometimes a landlord can take matters into his own hands and deal with a tenant without having to go to court. However, if it is necessary for court proceedings to be taken, we are happy to deal with those cases to make sure that you get the best result.
Residential tenancies tend to be much shorter than commercial property tenancies and the usual problem that arises happens when a tenant doesn’t pay rent. In these circumstances the best advice we can give to a landlord is to try to remove that tenant as soon as possible so the property can be re-let to another tenant. We operate a fixed price possession claim service for residential properties and use the modern technology offered by the court service whenever possible to ensure that a possession order and eviction of a tenant can be achieved as soon as possible.
For further information please contact:
Bedford: Simon Parrott