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Mitigating risk is essential when it comes to the landlord and tenant relationship. When two parties come together for a mutually beneficial arrangement, the contract between them needs to be detailed and definitive.

Leases can be as complex as they are varied. You need expert legal advice to ensure the terms of the agreement are accurate, fair and jargon-free to ensure both parties understand the finer points.

At KPL Solicitors, we can act for both landlord and tenant, on all aspects of property law. Our aim is always to help you fully understand your rights and responsibilities while maintaining a positive relationship between landlord and tenant.

Well-documented lease that will specify the rights and obligations of each party while we can help in an advisory capacity to settle disputes swiftly when issues do arise.

Residential Leases

Residential leases are a necessity, even when friends or family are the chosen parties. The purpose of the contract is to protect the rights of both the landlord and the tenant.

Your lease should detail a range of essential terms, including details such as who is the landlord, the tenant, time-frames, the amount of rent, the due date for payments and period of notice. It should also include the responsibilities of each party. For example, the landlord is required to fulfil several duties, including repairs carried out promptly, and the tenant has quiet enjoyment of the premises. In return, the tenant also must adhere to their duties. These include paying the rent on time and reporting any damages or repairs which need to be dealt with immediately.

If issues or a dispute arises, there are strict rules which must be applied. For example, a landlord must follow the law when a notice to vacate or eviction is required. A tenant must equally respect the terms of the lease and give adequate notice or reason for ending the lease prematurely.

At KPL Solicitors, we have experience and notable success in property law dispute resolution. One of our expert teams will be able to advise you on your rights and help you to gain clarity on your next steps.

Call our team today on 0203 875 5090 or book a meeting online.

Commercial Leases

Businesses should not underestimate the importance of legal advice when it comes to commercial leases. Their complex nature means that the language used, the balance of rights and duties detailed are accurate and straightforward to understand.

At KPL Solicitors, we have experienced and skilled employees who can help you to mitigate risks and understand fully, what you need to do to protect yourself and your business interests.

We specialise in assisting landlords and tenants with commercial transactions ranging from

  • Negotiating Heads of Terms
  • Granting or renewing commercial leases
  • Shared occupation
  • Break clauses
  • Rent deposits
  • Security of Tenure provision
  • Dilapidation issues
  • Preparation of leases and sub-leases
  • Assignation & Sub-letting
  • Repossession of your premises
  • Lease disputes
  • Notices to terminate
  • Rent review
  • Rent arrears
  • Breach of Covenant

Call our team today on 0203 875 5090 or book a meeting online.

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