Landlord and Tenant
If you let commercial premises, you need to be aware of the legislation that regulates the relationship between Landlord and Tenant. Failure to obtain specialist advice could result in you suffering substantial financial loss or being stuck with an undesirable tenant.
In June 2004 the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the '54 Act as it is commonly know) was amended so that it is now more in keeping with modern definitions of a commercial relationship. However failure to comply with the statutory requirements could still have a serious effect on your long term business plan.
We have lawyers who specialise in commercial property disputes and are experienced in dealing with litigation under the '54 Act. We are able to provide clear advice and assistance in respect of all disputes arising out of your letting whether it be on a breach of a covenant, a right to terminate, recovery of rent or infringement of easements.