When matters relate to investment property and occupied premises, our members at Mercantile Barristers can provide practical legal advice to landlords and tenants on matters arising from their specific circumstances.
For landlords, our barristers are used to advising on: Tenants Deposit Scheme and complying with Statutory Regulations; breach of covenant; drafting Tenancy Agreements; determination of leases; eviction of tenants; sub-lettings; security of tenure; lease renewals; rent reviews; and serving notices and issuing Possession Proceedings including Court representation.
For tenants, our barristers are available to advise on: the correct notice and minimum notice period that your landlord is obliged to serve in order to gain lawful possession; representation at Court for unlawful eviction and proceedings to obtain compensation and reinstatement to a property; advice and representation for housing disrepair, including emergency injunction for urgent repairs and compensation claims for disrepair; advice and representation regarding disputes about Tenants Deposit; long leaseholder advice and representation on Service Charge, Management Disputes, Lease Extensions and Enfranchisement.
The first step to instructing a barrister on your behalf is to provide us with some background information to your case. Our clerks are massively experienced and can help point you in the right direction.
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