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Landlord & Tenant

Many of us think that renting out a property will be an easy, cost effective and stress free venture but complications can soon arise and the overwhelming obligations Landlords now have to meet only adds to the pressure involved in renting out a property.  

The law in this area is often changing and in recent years the law has become even more complicated for Landlords to follow. Since 2018 alone, the introduction of three new laws, The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018, The Tenant Fees Act 2019, and The Coronavirus Act 2020, have changed the landscape of the buy-to-let sector. Such legislation enforces strict rules regarding the state of the property, restrictions on deposits and fees, and notice periods. It is important that Landlords therefore understand their responsibilities and the commitment involved in renting out their properties to avoid the possibility of disputes, or fines.

How we can help

We have Solicitors on hand with realms of experience in this area to advise and guide you through any aspect of renting out your property.

We help from reducing the risk of conflicts which might arise between Landlords and Tenants to resolving conflicts already underway.

Our specialist Solicitors often provide advice to local Estate Agents, Private Landlords and also Letting Agents.

We have built up our portfolio of Landlord based Clients by providing an unrivalled level of service in a quick, cost effective and professional manner.