Landlord and Tenant law is so unbelievably complex at times, it often feels like your head is spinning before you’ve reached the end of a page. Being a landlord nowadays is a complex matter, one that opens you up to all manner of legal problems should something go wrong somewhere along this twisting path of dos and don’ts which quite frankly, didn’t exist until recent days. You don’t have to have a problem with your tenant or with your landlord to benefit from the services of good conveyancing in Bangor , North Wales and North West England – in fact, preparing for the worst (and hoping for the best) can indeed prove useful.
There are a number of matters which can become problematic while you’re leasing property, commercial or residential. A good solicitor will have experience within all forms of commercial leases and tenancies, whether they’re shops, offices or factories, will have an excellent understanding of agricultural tenancies, and will also understand residential tenancies and their myriad laws, with palpable experience of matters which arise within houses, flats and maisonettes.
Whether the terms of your lease are residential, agricultural or commercial, lease renewals are a good understanding to have. Rent reviews can also be a big headache that you might need the services of an accomplished, well-established and well-versed solicitor for.
Should the worst actually happen, experience in matters of possession proceedings and rent arrears is also a huge plus for landlords and tenants, regardless of the side of the fence they stand on.
Nuisance Behaviour is probably the most frustrating and gray area of the law that there is as well. What defines nuisance behaviour? Usually it’s a tenant’s word against a landlord’s, which requires a long, complicated fight that can be utterly draining for both sides. A good team of solicitors can bother themselves with the details, the complications and also the headaches which are part of going through the legal system in order to prove or disprove allegations – leaving you with the result.