Regardless of whether you are a landlord of a property or a tenant, disputes between the two parties can occur. These disputes can be particularly difficult for both parties for very different reasons. An empathetic approach in order to resolve any problems is often needed.
At Cartwright King, our Civil Litigation team are available to assist either side of the dispute and are prepared to hear the circumstances surrounding your case before advising you accordingly. In cases regarding landlord disputes, it is vitally important to seek expert legal advice at the earliest opportunity in order to follow the correct processes and to make sure that if court proceedings are involved you are informed of the strict procedures which the court follows.
Free initial consultation
Our highly skilled Civil Litigation team are available to aid you throughout the legal process. We can provide an initial telephone consultation to see how we can assist in your case. For more information, please call us on 0808 168 5550 or email email@example.com.
Landlord disputes and the law
Rented properties are affiliated with people who use them for different reasons which are a potential ingredient for a landlord dispute. As far as a landlord is concerned, the property is a means of making a living whereas to the tenant it is their home which they are entitled to label as such due to their payment of rent. Bearing these conflicting interests in mind, a dispute between the landlord and their tenants can arise for a variety of reasons which can include, but are not limited to the following:
- Outstanding rent is owed to the landlord
- Lease renewal discrepancy
- Squatter eviction
- Breach of contract
- Unlawful sub-letting of property
- Service charge discrepancy
More often than not most tenant/landlord disputes arise due to one believing that the other has breached their respective contract or simply because there is a conflict of interests. If a dispute involving issues such as those outlined above occur it can lead to difficulties between the tenant and the landlord which are likely to go on indefinitely without the assistance from a Civil Litigation Solicitor.
At Cartwright King we acknowledge that it is in both party’s interests to resolve any discrepancies as efficiently and sensibly as possible. Our Civil Litigation department are available to outline your legal rights and guide you through the legal process if the case is in need of being taken further.
How can we help you?
If you are either a landlord or a tenant that has become involved in a dispute with the other party due to a breach of contract or conflicting interests, our experienced Civil Litigation Solicitors are available to provide expert legal advice from the outset and guide you through the legal proceedings where necessary. We promise to:
- Advise you throughout the entire process
- Treat your case in a non-judgemental, sensitive manner
- Deal confidentially with any concerns you may have
- Prepare and collate any and all documentary evidence that may be required
- Represent you in court as necessary
- Take the worry off your hands
- Prepare an appeal if necessary
- Immigration rights
Our team are highly ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners guides. We have extensive experience in successfully supporting those who have become embroiled in a landlord dispute and settling any discrepancies with the utmost assurance and professionalism.
Why Choose Us?
At Cartwright King, our solicitors understand the potential stress and general unpleasantness that can be associated with landlord disputes and the negative effect it can have on you and your family. We are available to support you throughout the entire process, answer any queries which you may have and putting over a strong case in court if the need arises.
How to make contact
If you require legal advice or if you would like a no obligation, free initial telephone discussion, then please call us on 0808 168 5550. Alternatively you can email the Civil Litigation team on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our Solicitors can provide advice and are happy to meet at a time and location that suits you. We also have a network of offices in Birmingham, Bedford, Bolton, Derby, Leeds, Leicester, London Temple, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Northampton, Nottingham, Sheffield and Worcester.