Landlord & Tenant Disputes Services
Landlord & Tenant Dispute Solicitors in Manchester and London
Whether you are a tenant renting a property or a landlord renting out your property, when a dispute arises, you want it to be dealt with quickly and professionally. Monarch Solicitors can provide specialist advice concerning what rights and obligations you have, and the best course of action for you to take in resolving your dispute.
Monarch’s specialist solicitors can advise on a wide-range of matters for both tenants and landlords, including:
- Facing eviction/repossession
- Unlawful eviction
- Repair work disputes
- Disputed arrears (rent, ground rent, service charges, and other)
- Rent deposit disputes
- Breach of tenancy agreement
- Breach of landlord’s statutory duty
- Arrears (rent, ground rent, service charges, and other)
- Rent deposit disputes
- Damage to property(dilapidations)
- Breach of tenancy agreements
- Breach of covenant
Health and Safety
On 20th March 2019, the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act came into force. This allows tenants to take their landlords to court much more easily if they provide sub-standard accommodation. Whilst most landlords try to provide good accommodation already, it is estimated over 70% of tenants have experienced health and safety issues.
If you have a potential health and safety issue, either as a tenant or a landlord, then Monarch Solicitors can help. We can tell you if the tenancy is covered by the Act, if the issue is covered by the exceptions, and what your next steps should be.
To speak to one of Monarch’s specialist solicitors, call us on 0330 127 8888.
Monarch Solicitors is a leading UK law firm with specialist landlord and tenant dispute solicitors ready to offer their expertise. Our award-winning Manchester solicitors, London solicitors and Birmingham solicitors offer their legal expertise nationally and internationally.
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There are certain laws which govern how evictions should take place. Landlords must follow a strict set of procedures for an eviction to be lawful. They cannot simply evict you without following these procedures. This applies to all types of landlords. The first step you should take is to contact us and speak to one of our solicitors at the earliest opportunity.
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If you have reached the end of your agreement and you are looking to evict a tenant you need to apply for a possession order from the court.
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