Landlord & Tenant Disputes

Advising Landlords on Tenants

There are many reasons why an owner of residential property may want to let it. They may want to downsize to a smaller property in a different part of the country and keep the house in their family; a property owner may live near a popular holiday destination and would like to take advantage of the high season with or short term let; or an investor may want to purchase buy to let property to make a profit.

With the increase in the price of property in the UK, it has become less affordable for people to buy their own homes. This means that more often than not individuals will have to rent residential property to purchase there are many reasons.

Whether you are a landlord, or a tenant our barristers at Mercantile Barristers have experience in advising and representing various landlords on the following matters:

Mercantile Barristers have expertise in providing advice and representation to landlords and tenants, whether they are businesses or individuals. We have particular experience in advising and representing landlords and tenants in the pre-action stage; during litigation; or if the parties choose to resolve their landlord and tenant dispute by alternative dispute resolution. If you require advice contact our Property Litigation barristers today by filling in our Enquiry Form; emailing us at; or by telephone on 0203 034 0077 and we would be happy to assist.

How Our Process Works

Instructing our direct access barristers is the cost effective alternative to the traditional route of engaging a solicitor first.  The process is just as straightforward. Here’s how the process works:
You can call, email, or fill out an enquiry form to tell us about your case. One of our specialist clerks will speak with  you to make the arrangements to advance your case.

You can call, email, or fill out an enquiry form to tell us about your case. One of our specialist clerks will speak with you to make the arrangements to advance your case.

Our specialist clerk will match you with the barrister with the expertise to deal with all aspects of your case. They will also obtain and organise the papers the barrister will have to consider in your case.

Our clerk will agree the fee for your consultation with the barrister beforehand. The clerk will then arrange a convenient time for you to have the consultation by video call, telephone or in person.

In the consultation the barrister will assess your legal position, devise a legal strategy, and give you appropriate advice on the necessary next steps to achieve your objective. 

Fill in the form below and one of our specialist clerks will get in touch.

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