We act for both business and residential Landlords in disputes arising from problem tenants, repossession proceedings, service charge recovery, forfeiture, breach of covenant and contested rent reviews.

Our expert solicitors offer commercial and pragmatic solutions and take swift and decisive action when necessary. We have our own, in-house commercial property specialists who are also known for their expertise and experience of protecting the interests of both business and residential Landlords.

Experts in property proceedings for landlords

When your business is renting properties, it is essential that proceedings against residential and business tenants are handled correctly and efficiently.

Terry Jones Solicitors offers a complete service, helping ensure that possession is obtained at the earliest opportunity with the minimum of expense.

In such situations a Notice Requiring Possession is the first step. Our Property Litigation team can draw up and serve the correct Notice, and if the tenant does not vacate, take your proceedings to Court to obtain possession.

Our expert team offers an integrated debt recovery service so that, if tenants leave any debt behind, we can take all available steps to recover this.

Renting residential and business property is a complex process, and it is possible for landlords to commit a criminal offence if the regulations on seeking residential property possession are not followed.

We are experienced in supporting landlords and our Property Litigation team adopt a pragmatic and commercial approach to such property disputes, resolving disagreements as cost effectively and expeditiously as possible.

Contact us today for expert legal advice on landlord matters.

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