Landlord and tenant disputes
Rent in arrears?
Tenants not looking after your property?
Tenants that will not leave?
Landlord being unreasonable?
At Myers and Co our property solicitors have extensive experience in handling all kinds of tenancy disputes and issues:
- Commercial: negotiating the grant or renewal of a commercial lease, rent reviews, breach of covenant by the landlord or the tenant, forfeiture of leases, dilapidations, rent arrears, the commercial rent arrears recovery procedure and evictions.
- Agricultural: granting or renewing agricultural holdings or farm business tenancies, quotas, watercourses and planning consent issues.
- Residential: obtaining vacant possession, recovery of rent arrears, service charges disputes and tenancy deposit scheme issues.
When problems arise between landlords and tenants, the first point of reference is your tenancy agreement or lease. If there is no contract or the contract terms are unfair then statutory provisions may apply instead.
Whether you are a landlord or tenant, our highly-skilled solicitors will provide you with timely advice on the most cost-effective way to resolve the dispute.
We offer many forms of dispute resolution and debt recovery services that could help you to avoid drawn out and expensive court proceedings. We have a high rate of success through the processes of mediation and arbitration that help you maintain an ongoing working relationship whilst settling the dispute.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist team has helped a wide range of businesses resolve commercial tenancy disputes. For further advice contact Myers & Co on 01782 577000.
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