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Tenancy Disputes

Landlord and tenant disputes

Disputes between landlords and tenants can be frustrating in the best of times but in many cases, it can be incredibly difficult to deal with due to personality clashes. Our solicitors are here to step in to assist in resolving these issues. We are able to act on behalf of landlords and of tenants.

Areas where we can assist

  • Money owed by a tenant
  • Rent review disputes
  • Breached lease
  • Service of notice
  • Dilapidation
  • Landlord defaults

This list is not exhaustive – if you do have a matter which is not on this list, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team to discuss your options.

Why choose us?

We have a history in representing clients of commercial and residential backgrounds, this has allowed our team to gain a wide experience in landlord and tenant disputes. This experience enables us to take on any case which is presented to us with ease and with satisfying results at the end.

Whether we are dealing with the landlord or the tenant, we aim to keep everyone’s best interest in mind. To do this, we offer alternative options which the client would perhaps not have thought of which would, in fact, work better in their situation.

Who will be dealing with your case?

Housing Team

Please contact us at:

[email protected]

or telephone us on:

01782 272777

Our fees

At Albright Kendrick, we offer a free 30-minutes initial consultation. If after this you decide that you would like to instruct us, you will then be quoted an estimated or a fixed-fee on a private paying basis.

Our fees will be dependent on a variety of factors such as what your case entails and the duration of your case. Please feel free to call us for a no-obligation quote.

Acting for Landlord new Lease – £500

Acting for Tenant new Lease – £500

Registration of Lease – starting from £40 Land registry fee

Acting for Landlord – assignment of Lease – £500

Acting for existing and new Tenant – assignment of Lease – £500

Registration of Lease – starting from £40 Land registry fee

Notice to evict Tenant – £75

Court proceedings to evict Tenant – £1000 – hearing costs to be confirmed depending on counsel.

Basic cases normally take 3-12 weeks, but if litigation is required it’s likely to take 12-18 months


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