Landlord and tenant disputes involving commercial properties require swift intervention to prevent a damaging situation to both parties – including potential loss of revenue to landlords or income/livelihood in the case of commercial tenants.
Duncan Lewis commercial property solicitors are able to advise both landlords and tenants on a wide range of property disputes, including:
Litigation in commercial property disputes can be lengthy and expensive – and it is vital to take legal advice sooner rather than later to keep costs down.
Duncan Lewis has highly successful property and property litigation departments which can advise on any matter relating to a commercial property dispute, including advising on the best course of action to recover rent arrears from a commercial tenant – including levying distress restraints on goods on the premises.
Duncan Lewis property solicitors also have extensive experience in dealing with disrepair cases – and can advise both commercial landlords and commercial tenants on their obligations under a commercial tenancy, including commercial landlords failing to carry out repairs, or a commercial tenant causing damage to a property or failing to carry out repairs under the tenancy agreement.
In cases involving breach of covenant leading to forfeiture, Duncan Lewis can advise both landlords and tenants on a landlord’s right to enter the property under the tenancy agreement, including landlords serving a Section 146 Notice – or tenants serving a counter notice to a Section 146.
Duncan Lewis property solicitors can also advise on alternatives to litigation and court action in commercial property disputes, including dispute resolution and mediation.
Duncan Lewis has a successful commercial property department able to advise on all commercial landlord and tenant matters, including disputes over breach of covenants, rent arrears and forfeiture.
Duncan Lewis is usually able to offer a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) or a set fee for commercial property cases – and also offers a set fee for the initial assessment of a case, so our clients know exactly what they will be paying.
For expert legal advice on Commercial Landlord & Tenant Disputes, call Duncan Lewis Commercial Property Solicitors on 020 7923 4020.