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Enforcement - what are the rules in the current climate?

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With the introduction of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and Corporate Governance and Insolvency Act 2020 we look at some of the changes in standard litigation procedure in England & Wales. The extension of notice periods under...

Forfeiting a lease: a lifeline for commercial landlords

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Business tenancies are protected by the Coronavirus Act 2020, restricting the landlord’s ability to forfeit a lease for non-payment of rent, at least until the end of March 2021. However, if a tenant is in breach of any other lease...

Struggling to get your money back?

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Our dispute team are busy helping both companies and individuals get what’s owed to them – and having great success! Need help with debt recovery? Good cash flow is essential for any business, even more so at this...

Returning unwanted or faulty gifts? Know your rights!

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It’s that time of year where the chaotic Christmas shopping is finally over but the sales are just too tempting to say no! What about if one of your gifts turn out to be unsuitable, faulty or not fit for purpose? If you want to return an unwanted...

Another success for our Dispute Resolution Team

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Our expert Dispute Resolution team regularly help landlords with tenant disputes - here's what a new client had to say about our services in his 5-star review on Trustpilot "Never having had to use a Solicitor before, I approached...

Zero Deposit Scheme - Beneficial for Landlords?

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A security Deposit is always a fundamental part of any Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement, providing the Landlord with security in the event of damage to the property or in the event the tenant falls into rent arrears. Aside from the traditional...

Is it really worth having a written tenancy agreement?

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The short answer is YES! In the absence of a written agreement a tenancy agreement does still exist even if there is only an verbal agreement between the Landlord and the Tenant. For example, the Landlord and Tenant may have agreed at the start of...

Revised How To Rent Guide

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Attention all Landlords! The Government has published a revised version of “How To Rent – A guide for current and prospective tenants in the private rented sector in England”. This guide booklet sets out the consequences of entering...