Breach of Tenant Agreements

Landlord and tenant relationships can have both a residential and a commercial context.


Some tenants live in their leased property, for others it’s their business premises. Either way, a tenant will want to exercise a degree of control over the way in which they use the property, the rent they pay and term of the lease.

We can advise you as either a landlord or a tenant, and whether the property and lease in question are commercial or residential. Our aim is always to resolve the dispute for you as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. Our specialists are highly experienced in a number of ways to resolve disputes between landlords and tenants: roundtable negotiation, formal mediation, or court proceedings. We always pursue the most appropriate method.

We can help with the following and more...

Rent Disputes

Disrepair Claims

Breach of Covenant


  • Possession/rent recovery (in relation to assured, assured shorthold and protected Rent Act tenancies (including service of notices under section 8 and section 21 of the Housing Act 1988) 

  • Deposit disputes 

  • Advice on rent review 

  • Rent and service recovery charges under long leases 

  • Claims of disrepair 

  • Tenancy surrender negotiations 

  • Recovery of land or premises from unlawful occupiers or squatters 

  • Applications for relief under long leases 

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