Housing Law consists of a large amount of legislation and regulations that can catch even the most experienced property manager.
Even a simple possession notice needs careful completion to be valid.
Our dedicated Housing Law team has experience of helping landlords with only one property to housing associations. We are available for day to day advice on all of your legal questions no matter how big or small.
We offer a service that protects the foundations of your business, no matter how large or small your property portfolio is, and we have a package that suits your needs, because we help people like you every day, we understand that needs that you have, the hours that you are available and the demands on your time.
Our approach means that we work on getting to know your needs and the needs of your properties so that we can ensure our service is catered to you.
We can help you with a full range of legal services, specifically Housing Law, including:
- Possession cases – from notices, warning letters and straightforward cases including forfeiture and mortgage repossession, to taking more complicated cases to Court based on sub-letting, nuisance and succession
- Injunctions and Anti-Social and exclusion orders
- Trespassers proceedings
- Drafting tenancy agreements/licences
- Debt recovery
- Disrepair and claims from tenants
- Recovery of rent arrears
- Service charges
- Breaches of lease and tenancy agreements
- Leasehold enfranchisement
- Disrepair & Dilapidations
We will provide you with your own dedicated housing team with a wealth of knowledge and years of experience.
We use the latest technology for real efficiency, work flexibly to allow you access to your team when you need them and are available to provide updates in whichever way you prefer.
“By carefully considering the lease and by drafting valid service charge demands and consultation notices, I assisted the landlord of a block of flats to ensure it would be able to recover service charges from the leaseholders. By advising the landlord of its obligations under the lease and its statutory requirements, I was able to ensure compliance with its obligations as a landlord, under the leases and legislation, to ensure the sums expended on the building could be recovered and significant losses avoided.”