Landlord and Tenant

Our Solicitors are particularly experienced in acting on behalf of Landlords, Property Management Companies, Agents and Tenants. Our solicitors have built a reputation for providing the best representation in all types of landlord and tenant disputes.  Call our Landlord and Tenant Solicitors on 0207 936 9960 or contact us online.

At OTS Solicitors we have a highly qualified, specialised team to deal with all your problems that derive from tenancy. We have solicitors and advocates experienced in both parties involved - the Landlord and the Tenant.

Disputes that can arise as a result of tenancy are diverse in nature and often complicated. We are here to help you navigate through the intricacies of all legal aspects of tenancy whether you are the landlord or the tenant. We not only can very efficiently represent you during any litigation relating to your tenancy, but we also are capable of advising you so that the disputes never become subject to litigation and are solved quickly and efficiently without added stress and waste of finances.

Specialist Landlord Solicitors

For any Landlord who is renting their property safeguarding their rental income, as well as making sure their property remains uncompromised, unharmed and well maintained, is of outmost importance. After all, the principal reason behind becoming a Landlord is to generate an income, while also making sure the principal investment is safe.

At OTS Solicitors we wholly understand the full implications of being a Landlord, as well as the challenges they may face. Most common problems encountered by Landlords are the following:

  • Tenants who fall behind their payments
  • Tenants who breach other material clauses of the Tenancy Agreement
  • Need to re-possess the property that is under Tenancy Agreement
  • Repairs that need to be carried out in the property, where the parties are unsure or disputing over the responsibilities to carry them out
  • Neighbouring Disputes your Tenant has contacted you about
  • Local Authority Regulation issues

Our specialized and experienced team is able to advise and represent you in all these matters and more, from the very beginning of your contractual journey through to any disputes and litigation at courts, if the need arises.

As a Landlord, you have many obligations and if you are unsure of those, or would like to be safeguard your property and your position in a Tenancy Agreement, we advise you to contact us before you enter into a Tenancy Agreement and disputes arise. Our Landlord and Tenant dispute team will advise you on how to comply with relevant regulations and obligations and will safeguard you form possible problems.

Specialist Tenant Solicitors

The property you live in, rented or not, is your home and it is understandable you wish to treat it as such and be stress free living in it. Unfortunately it is not always the case and you may well end up in a property with disrepair, have disputes with your neighbours or your landlord.

Our Solicitors are experienced in wide range of Disputes with Landlords, thus being able to help and support you in your struggles. Most common problems encountered by Tenants are:

  • Landlord is wishing to evict you from the property and has given you notice to vacate.
  • Tenant no longer wishes or is able to remain in the property and is seeking to terminate the tenancy
  • Unlawful evictions or obstruction to use of the property
  • Disrepair of the property – compensation for disrepair and applying for the works to be carried out
  • Disputes over return of the deposit
  • Allegations of breach of terms of Tenancy
  • Allegations of disturbance caused to others
  • Disputes with Local Authority or Housing Associations

Our experienced Solicitors will gladly fight your corner, and will reliably advise and represent you in all these matters and more. Our advice is to seek legal help from the very beginning of your Tenancy Agreement in order to avoid being trapped by unreasonable clauses. We also advise you to seek legal opinion on your Tenancy Agreement if you feel that unfair terms have been imposed on you. Be aware that some terms are unenforceable and you might not need to observe them. Contact our specialist team for more detailed advice.

As a Tenant, you have obligations to your Landlord and the state of the property you live in. If you are unsure of those, or would like to clarify any aspect of your existing or prospective Tenancy Agreement, please contact us.

If you are facing any Tenancy or Property problems as a Landlord or Tenant our Solicitors will provide you with detailed, easy to comprehend advice tailored to your needs. OTS Solicitors have built reputation providing the best representation for the Landlords and Tenants in handling the disputes in and out of courts.

At OTS Solicitors our policy is to strive to offer the best legal advice and representation, while making sure it remains affordable to wide array of prospective clients. We can offer a range of options when it comes to our fees and funding. We are able to offer you fixed fees or very clear estimates in some cases. In situations where such fees or estimates are impossible, due to the nature of the case or the court process, we will advise and guide you to the best of our ability on the methods of funding four your case.

In most cases we are able to offer the following funding methods:

  • Private Funding and Fixed Fee where appropriate
  • Insurance – Legal Expenses Insurance or After Event Insurance
  • Conditional Fee Arrangement


We have a strong commitment to keep our client’s regularly informed of the costs, and our transparency on costs policy means you will always have control and certainty over the cost.

For information relating to Landlord and Tenant Disputes please call our Solicitors on 0207 936 9960 or fill in our Contact Form and we will be in contact in a manner that suits you.

 

For a more detailed discussion regarding your case, or to book an appointment with a member of our Litigation, courts and Tribunals team, please call us now on 0207 936 9960 

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