Landlord and Tenant

Rules about residential tenancies are very complicated and it is easy for landlords to get confused by them. We can deal with all the legal issues, including:

  • Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements and the surrounding notices in a readable modern form.
  • Guiding you about rent deposits.
  • Issuing notices ending the tenancy and making sure they are the right notices for the circumstances.
  • Issuing the appropriate court proceedings for possession orders and arranging for you to be represented at the hearing.
  • If the tenants fail to leave when the possession order bites, advising you about your rights and arranging for the County Court Bailiff to evict them.


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Landlord and Tenant Legal Advice

NB: Under the Protection from Eviction Act 1977 it is a criminal offence to attempt to evict anybody from residential premises (including trespassers), except through the County Court Bailiff (not certificated bailiffs) enforcing a possession order from the court. The Court of Appeal has made it plain that anybody convicted of this offence will be sent to prison immediately. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant we can advise you on both residential and commercial matters. Our expertise includes the following: –

  • Drawing up or advising on Tenancy Agreements
  • Obtaining possession of premises both at the end of the tenancy and in the event of a breach of the tenancy agreement by the tenant. This includes serving the relevant notices on the tenant and, if necessary, issuing your claim at court.
  • Security of tenure


For further information on Landlord and Tenant matters please contact our office on 02086464885, or email We also offer many more additional services, get in touch to speak to family solicitors London, power of attorney solicitors London and more.

For details on the conveyancing proceed please see: Conveyancing Stages

Please note the prevailing rate of VAT is currently 20%.

Quotes for conveyancing are charged on a fixed basis unless confirmed otherwise.

A timescale for a conveyancing transaction very much depends on factors such as if there is a chain, mortgage, the speed in which the parties raise or deal with enquiries. There is no guarantee in respect of timings. However in average we anticipate 6-10 weeks fit a freehold sale/purchase and 8-12 weeks for a leasehold/shared ownership sale or purchase. We will provide further updates throughout your transaction to give you a better indication of timelines on your individual matter.


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