| Breaches of lease

It is vital for commercial landlords that their tenants comply with their lease obligations. Breaches of lease can affect the value of the property and the amount of income they are able to get from it. If your commercial tenant has breached your lease, therefore, it is important that you receive specialist legal advice.

At Levi Solicitors LLP, our experienced property disputes team is on hand to guide commercial landlords and tenants through breach of lease disputes.

| Breach of lease claims

There are numerous ways in which a commercial tenant (or indeed landlord) can breach a lease. At Levi Solicitors LLP, our specialist property disputes team can help you resolve these issues. Some of the more common breaches that we see include:

  • Commercial rent arrears disputes
  • Service charge arrears, or non-payment of insurance or other payments due under the lease
  • Nuisance claims: including noise and industrial pollution issues
  • Alterations carried out without consent
  • Subletting or assigning without consent; and
  • Disrepair or dilapidations.

We will advise you on the best method for resolving your breach of lease dispute, including forfeiture or injunction as appropriate.

| Why choose us to deal with your breach of commercial lease dispute?

We understand the urgency involved in breach of lease disputes. Our advice will be prompt, commercial and practical. We are proud to be transparent on fees and will give you clear costs advice from the outset.

If you would like a no obligation discussion to see how we can help you resolve your breach of commercial lease dispute, call us on (freephone) 0800 988 7756.

With offices in Leeds, Wakefield, Harrogate and London, we can bring our experience and knowledge to your claim, no matter where you are.

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ed smith

Ed Smith

PARTNER


T. 0113 297 1875
E. esmith@levisolicitors.co.uk

Ed is a Partner in the dispute resolution team and has particular expertise in property-related matters and licensing.

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