Dispute resolution advice for commercial landlords and tenants
Disputes between commercial landlords and tenants regarding business property can arise from time to time. When such a dispute does crop up it can often be highly emotive and challenging, so it is vital to seek legal advice, so that a quick and definite resolution can be achieved.
How our solicitors can help with a commercial property dispute
At Nelsons, our specialist team of property dispute solicitors in Derby, Leicester and Nottingham provide advice and assistance to commercial landlords and tenants on all types of legal matters, including:
- Repair issues and dilapidations claims
- Rent arrears
- Lease renewal
- Lease termination/surrender
- New leases
- Break notices
- Tenant default
- Squatter eviction
- Unlawful sub-letting and assignment
Our team advise commercial landlord and tenant’s from various backgrounds, ranging from landlords with a large portfolio of large-scale premises to business tenants with single commercial property.
At Nelsons, we understand that the stability of a tenant’s business is most important and we work with our clients to minimise any disruption caused to their business by acting quickly, dealing with any disagreements.
Our team will protect your interests robustly and will use Court action, if necessary, once we have explored whether we can get the results you want, using more cost effective and quicker alternatives.
Along with our Commercial Property, Construction and Restructuring and Insolvency teams, we can provide a full legal service offering to our clients and are always on hand to provide specialist, commercially focused legal advice regarding their circumstances.
For further information on how our expert team of solicitors can help, please contact us via our online enquiry form or call 0800 024 1976 for a guaranteed response.
"Nelsons...has a well-established reputation in property litigation, as is reflected by its ability to consistently win new work from regional and national clients. Its practice has gone from strength to strength under the leadership of team head Simon Waterfield, whose sole specialism is in property disputes; there has been a notable increase in work from developers. Boundary and easement disputes are among the drivers of activity for the firm, which also sees a strong flow of commercial landlord and tenant matters, such as contentious lease renewals, forfeiture disputes and dilapidations cases. Traveller eviction cases are another notable area of activity."Legal 500
"Nelsons' approach is always commercial, and you are always left with the feeling that its team is giving you the right advice, rather than the advice that feathers its own nest."Client Feedback