Business Tenancy Disputes can damage your business and lead to avoidable expense whether you are a landlord or a tenant.
Our business tenancy disputes solicitors advise on issues such as:
- claims for arrears of rent;
- forfeiture proceedings for arrears of rent;
- claim for dilapidations;
- service charges;
- breaches of lease by unlawful assignment or subletting;
- breach of lease by carrying out unlawful alterations;
- claims for relief against forfeiture;
- renewals of leases under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 (“1954 Act”);
- rent reviews;
- making or defending a claim in the Property Chamber of the First-Tier Tribunal;
- tenancies which combine business and residential premises;
- claims for vesting orders where a landlord goes into liquidation.
Business Tenancy Dispute Lawyers Middlesex
If you are a tenant facing forfeiture of your lease for non-payment of rent, we can assist you in seeking relief from forfeiture and holding on to your lease so that your business can continue.
If you are a landlord with a tenant who is not paying rent or is in breach of covenant, we can advise you on steps to recover your premises including forfeiture by getting a bailiff to change the locks or by taking possession proceedings.
Whether you’re a landlord or tenant the expert business tenancy dispute lawyers at The Sethi Partnership Solicitors can help you to resolve matters as quickly and cost-effectively as possible with a strategic and pragmatic plan aimed at minimising the expense and delays of court proceedings.
Contact our business tenancy dispute solicitors in Ruislip, Middlesex today
Examples of recent cases dealt with by us:
- Acting for landlord who resisted a 1954 Act Lease renewal on grounds of redevelopment;
- Acting for a sub-tenant who had accrued rights under the 1954 Act, but was being asked to sign a new lease outside the Act;
- Acting for the owner of a café in securing possession by bailiffs peaceably re-entering the premises and changing the locks;
- Acting for a landlord whose buy-to-let flat had been to a company as an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which was not valid under the Housing Act 1988;
- Advising a client about protecting their lease after their landlord was dissolved following voluntary liquidation;
- Acting for numerous tenants by serving section 26 Notices under the 1954 Act seeking new tenancies.
- For sub-contractor in construction dispute relating to concrete foundations and structure of major build.
- Acted for a Major International University in relation to a service charge dispute on a substantial London property.
- Claimant in successful recovery of goods of substantial value held in storage following dispute over fees and exercise of lien by storage company.
- Claimants in dispute over structural alterations/improvements to residential premises.