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Landlord Information Centre

Helpful information for landlords and letting agents

This part of our website intends to provide answers to some of the most frequent questions we receive from our landlord and letting agent clients, and further useful information regarding possession proceedings and recovery of unpaid rent – two of the most common issues our clients employ us to resolve on their behalf.

We frequently review our website content to ensure that it remains accurate and up-to-date, and will post new content to the site on a regular basis. We hope that you find the information useful so please check back here as often as you like.

If you have a particular question or issue that you would like to discuss with our landlord and tenant team please feel free to contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Possession and rent recovery processes

If you appoint us to represent you in the event that you need to evict a tenant or recover unpaid rent, this section will explain the processes we will follow.

Case law

Can a residential landlord claim back the costs incurred in settling dispute with a tenant via the service charge?

Fairbain v Etal Court Maintenance Ltd

High Court sends warning that costs sanctions may be imposed on losing party if they have unreasonably refused to enter into mediation regarding costs

Reid v Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

How we can help you

We provide advice and representation in respect of all types of landlord and tenant disputes. If you find yourself in a situation where you are involved in a dispute with a tenant: your tenant has failed to look after your property, has run up rent arrears, has not left the property at the end of the tenancy and you wish to seek their eviction, we can help you.

When faced with a litigated matter, our solicitors will take time to gain a full understanding of your requirements before providing advice on the best means of resolving a dispute – whether that be by way of mediation, Court proceedings, or alternative dispute resolution.

We aim to:

  • Provide accessible, effective, practical advice
  • Work to settle disputes efficiently and cost-effectively
  • Achieve the best possible outcome for our clients

If you would like to discuss a particular matter with us, or to find out more about our legal services for landlords and letting agents, please contact us.