Highly Experienced Commercial landlord & tenant dispute solicitors in Manchester and London
Disputes can arise at all stages of the leasehold process, from the initial negotiation stages, right through to terminating the lease. Monarch Solicitors commercial landlord & tenant disputes solicitors are highly experienced in dealing with leasehold disputes, whether the client is a landlord or a tenant, and aim to put an expeditious end to the dispute.
How Our Landlord & Tenant Dispute Solicitors Can Help You
It is more often than not that a leasehold dispute arises either because the landlord or the tenant has breached their contractual obligations contained within the lease, or because there is a conflict of interest between the parties.
No matter what the substance of the issue, leasehold disputes are habitually and understandably stressful for all parties involved. This stress is heightened if the individual tries to tackle the dispute without the necessary legal representation. Monarch Solicitors can handle this stress for you, managing the case from start to finish, whilst doing our best to negotiate the right settlement and tackle the dispute head on.
Whether you are currently involved in a dispute, or are worried about a potential dispute, contacting us will help alleviate your worries, and rule out the potential of any unexpected costs which can often occur in commercial lease disputes.
About Our Landlord & Tenant Dispute Lawyers
Monarch Solicitors have built a reputation for providing comprehensive and commercially focused advice to both commercial landlords and commercial tenants regarding all aspects of landlord and tenant disputes, whether being a residential lease disputes or commercial lease disputes.
Our commercial property litigation team have expert knowledge on a wide-range of commercial landlord and tenant matters and provide advise on complex landlord and tenant matters including:
- Rent arrears recovery
- Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) against goods
- Commercial lease renewals (contested under LTA 1954 and uncontested)
- Lease renewals
- Assignment, Sub-Letting and Under-Letting
- Break clause rights and surrenders of leases
- Dilapidation and repair claims
- Forfeiture, peaceable re-entry & repossession
- Residential tenant evictions
- Landlord and tenant insolvency
- Notices to terminate lease: landlord and tenant
- Rent review arbitration
- Rent deposit disputes
- Restrictive covenant issues
- Nuisance & breaches of lease covenants
- Service charge disputes
- Lease guarantor disputes
- Injunctions and emergency court actions
- Professional negligence in lease matters
- Tenant insolvency – rights and remedies
Alternative Dispute Resolution – Mediation & Arbitration
If you do not want to go to court or your lease or agreement for lease has an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) clause in it, we can assist you in fighting your corner. The main 2 types of ADR involve mediation and arbitration.
Mediation involves a third-party mediator who will investigate the underlying problems and help the parties negotiate a settlement.
Arbitration involves an arbitrator is someone who investigates a commercial dispute in a similar way to the courts and has the power to impose a binding settlement on the parties involved.
Landlord & Tenant Dispute Lawyers, UK
Whether your organisation operates solely in the UK, or across multi-jurisdictional dimensions, our flexible and pragmatic relationships with a global network of associated law firms enable us to seamlessly deliver landlord & tenant dispute resolution services over different jurisdictions.
If you are based outside the EU or are in a country that signatory to the Lugano Convention 2007 (Iceland, Switzerland, Norway and Denmark) the court will consider if England and Wales is the most appropriate place in which to bring your claim and ensures that the resulting judgment can be recognised and enforced across borders.
Landlord & Tenant Dispute Costs & Service Transparency
We offer a transparent pricing structure, and can potentially offer a No Win No Fee, Commission Based Fees, Discounted Conditional Fee Agreements or arrange After the Event Insurance to help you with litigation costs in landlord & tenant disputes.
If you are considering taking Court action the costs of litigation in a landlord and tenant dispute claim should be weighed against the amount likely to be received in damages and the loss of reputation to your business.
We know it’s important to your business that the legal costs of the landlord and tenant dispute are kept under control so as to not affect your cash flow.
We’ll not only ensure that you’re aware of costs implications from the outset, we’ll provide you with step-by-step cost estimates or fixed fees for each stage of the work. We’ll also consider funding options to suit your business needs so you can be sure that our legal services are cost effective.
For more information regarding legal funding options, please click here for more information.
We are clear in our advice and completely transparent with our fees.
Contact Our Commercial Landlord & Tenant Solicitors in Manchester and London, UK
For more information about our commercial landlord & tenant service please complete our online contact form here or send an email to us at [email protected] and one of our solicitors specialising in commercial landlord and tenant disputes shall call you back.
Alternatively, please call our commercial landlord and tenant disputes lawyers on 0330 127 8888 for a free and confidential no obligation discussion.
We are also able to leverage an international network spanning across Hong Kong, Turkey and Dubai to provide seamless assistance with cross-border matters relating to commercial landlord & tenant disputes.
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All landlords have an obligation to ensure the property is maintained in an adequate state of repair. When it is a serious problem, your tenant may be able to apply for a court order requiring you to carry out the repairs. They may even be entitled to compensation.
If a landlord becomes insolvent, it’s likely that the liquidator will want to take the commercial property and sell it. In practice, this should mean that you’re able to continue occupation under your lease, but the landlord will change when the property is sold to another party. In such circumstances, the tenant has the right of first refusal under the law in England and Wales. This means that you are given the chance to buy the property before the liquidator can sell it to a third party.
A landlord should at least give the tenant 3 months notice, however this can change depending on the lease.
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