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Our expert solicitors are here to support you with advice, outlining your options at the very first stages to ensure all possible objectives are reached.
Disputes between Landlords & Tenants can arise during the lifetime of occupancy or when the tenancy agreement is terminated. Whatever the circumstance, if a dispute arises, this should be acted upon immediately to quickly resolve the matter. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, disputes arising from such a relationship can be stressful and complex for either party.
If you find yourself in this situation, you can turn to Poole Alcock’s expert lawyers for help.
Serving valid section 8 or section 21 notices on the tenant.
Acting when a tenant has breached one of its obligations under the agreement, for example, if they refuse to repair something they are obligated to repair.
Defending section 8 or section 21 notices.
Acting when a landlord fails to meet its obligations under the agreement, for example failing to provide heating or hot water.
We offer Fixed Fee representation meaning that you know exactly where you stand when it comes to costs.
If you are looking for legal advice relating to anything set out above or have a more unique issue, we would love to support you. Our solicitors have years of experience and will handle your case with great care and expertise every step of the way. If you need assistance please do not hesitate to contact our team.
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