Landlord & Tenant Disputes
Disputes involving commercial leases may affect your investment if you are a landlord, or your livelihood if you are a tenant. You should take legal advice at an early stage.
As the landlord of commercial property you will want quick and cost-effective advice on what to do if your tenant gets behind with his rent, fails to do repairs or breaks the terms of his lease.
Furley Page can give you the best advice. Our specialist property solicitors will assess the range of enforcement methods available to you and recommend the most appropriate for your particular situation.
If you are a tenant, you may need advice on what to do if your landlord breaks his obligations under the lease or if you want to challenge claims made by the landlord. We can advise you on your position and recommend the action you should take to solve your problems.
For more information on problem tenants, problem landlords and problem letting agents see Residential Lettings.
Furley Page Landlord and Tenant Disputes team is recommended by Chambers UK and The Legal 500, independent guides to the legal profession.
Furley Page's property litigation team is well known locally for its landlord and tenant work. One recent highlight saw the group act for clients Mr and Mrs Cheema on a boundary dispute in which a neighbour had encroached onto the client's land. Other clients include United Trust Bank, Quayside Properties (Faversham) and the University of Kent. David Hall heads the property litigation team.
Chambers 2013 : Real Estate Litigation
Furley Page is recommended by The Legal 500 within Real estate for: Commercial property, Construction and Property litigation.
The Legal 500 2012 : Real estate