How can we help?
If either party does not comply with the repairing covenants in the lease, action may need to be taken to enforce the terms of the lease and/or to recover damages for failure to comply in the first instance.
Our team offers specialist advice to landlords and tenants to avoid court proceedings (which may not be viable, depending on the value of a claim and/or the works required to be carried out) and on how to proceed if litigation is the only option.
Our services include:
- Providing advice in respect of the Dilapidation Protocols
- Instructing surveyors and/or valuers
- Arranging and serving the Schedule of Dilapidations
- Defending the Schedule of Dilapidations
- Negotiating settlement
- Court claims
Why use us?
If you are having a dispute with your in relation to disrepair at your property either during or at the end of the lease, it can feel very overwhelming. Our team is on hand to provide friendly, pragmatic advice and can assist with instructing valuers/surveyors, if so required, to determine the extent of breaches of covenant and the costs of any repairs, taking away the stress of having to liaise with your tenant to reach an amicable resolution or, failing that, advise you in relation to issuing a claim to court.
Key benefits include:
- A bespoke, friendly and personalised service
- An experienced, professional, and courteous service
- Free initial consultation
- Honest and straightforward advice
- One point of contact throughout the claim
- Flexible appointments in the office, over the telephone or via online video platforms
We have a dedicated team who specialise in all types of disrepair matters, and who have rapport with a wealth of surveyors/ valuers with whom we can contact on your behalf in order to streamline the service to make your experience as stress-free as possible.
Our team regularly review leases and are accustomed to many standard clauses which are usually included, often allowing for a speedy initial review.
We pride ourselves on giving honest, pragmatic advice and will guide you through the process with as much input as you would like to provide.
All initial enquiries are completely free of charge so please do not hesitate to call us to discuss your requirements further.
Upon an initial enquiry having been made, we will endeavor to provide a competitive quote to you for works required to be carried out.
Make a Free Enquiry
Call us now on 0333 202 1132 or complete our free online enquiry form below for a free, no obligation discussion and let us explain your legal rights and options.