Breach of tenancy agreement

Our housing law solicitors have extensive experience in resolving tenancy agreement disputes between landlords and tenants. We can help you resolve tenancy agreement disputes at an early stage, reducing hassle and costs for both parties. We can also represent a tenant or landlord if the other party has made a claim against them for breach of the tenancy agreement. For advice speak to our legal team on 0203 816 9282, we offer 30 minute appointments for £150. We will often be able to provide assistance to you free of charge if you qualify for help under the legal aid scheme and are based in the North West of England.

If you live in rented property, it’s likely that your landlord expects certain things from you as a tenant. Some of them will be obvious, such as paying rent on time and not causing damage to the property. Others may be unusual, like an obligation to maintain the garden or clean the windows. If these obligations form part of the tenancy agreement they will be legally enforceable by both parties.

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Disputes between landlords and tenants

Most disputes between landlords and tenants relate to this sort of obligation. If the dispute becomes serious the landlord and tenant may fall out, which makes it difficult to reach an agreement on the issue.

Our expert housing law solicitors provide an efficient, plain-speaking service that gets results quickly and keeps you in the loop. Talk to us today for a solution to your tenancy agreement dispute.

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