Contact specialist property disputes solicitor, Mike Hansom on 01225 462871. Alternatively, you can email him or complete the Contact Form at the foot of this page.
Where the tenant has a right to review their lease under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, both the Landlord and the Tenant will want to get the best possible deal.
Often the rent is the main focus and we will work closely with your valuation surveyor to put your best case forward.
“Thank you again…your guidance and advice has been superb and I think we did a good fight! I will have no hesitation whatsoever, in recommending you to anyone I know who would need your services.” DL, February 2019
There can often be disagreements about other terms of the lease, such as how long it should be, whether any works of repair should be carried out, and whether the lease needs updating. You need a solicitor who will take time to understand your needs and push to achieve them.
In some cases the landlord may prefer not to grant a new lease to the tenant. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant in this situation, we will advise you where you stand and help you plan your strategy.
“Thank you Mike for your diligence and ready accessibility; we really appreciated that.” MA, August 2018