Disrepair claims

It is usually in both the landlord’s and tenant’s interests to ensure that residential property remains in good repair. Unfortunately, however, this does not always happen. We act for landlords in resolving disrepair issues with their tenants.

| Tenant disrepair claims

In some cases, tenants let the condition of their home deteriorate beyond usual wear and tear. A minority of tenants willingly cause damage to a property. We can assist landlords no matter what damage has been caused – whether smashed windows, damp properties, broken furniture or ruined carpets.

Our specialist property disputes solicitors are experienced in resolving disrepair disputes on behalf of landlords. We will advise you on the best course of action, and, if appropriate, how best to recover possession of your rental property.

| Defending disrepair claims against landlords

We understand that managing rental properties can be a balancing act. Sometimes, therefore, you might face a complaint from a tenant about disrepair that they say is the landlord’s responsibility. When this happens, we recommend that landlords take specialist legal advice as soon as possible. We can advise you on such complaints and act for landlords in defending any disrepair claims.

| Why choose us to resolve your disrepair issue?

Our specialist solicitors have extensive experience in resolving disrepair disputes. We will provide practical and cost-effective advice on the most appropriate methods of resolving the issues with your tenant. Our property disputes team is proud to be transparent on fees and will give you clear costs advice from the outset.

If you would like a FREE, no obligation discussion to see how we can help you resolve your disrepair claim, call us on (freephone) 0800 988 7756.

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

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Expert advice

Ed Smith

SOLICITOR


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

Ed is a solicitor in the dispute resolution department. He specialises in property disputes and licensing issues.

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