Rent is the most common area of dispute between landlords and tenants and as a tenant non payment of rent can ultimately lead to your goods being seized or your lease being forfeited, which can have dire consequences for your business. This should be avoided at all costs and it is important that where you are unable to pay your rent or make a decision to withhold all or some of your rent that you seek legal advice at an early stage. The same is true where there is disagreement about the level of rent due.
Where there is a rental dispute it is important to realise that your tenancy is an asset to your landlord and normally neither party wishes to incur the costs of going to court. Our specialist team are here to advise you on what options are available to you should you become involved in a rental dispute with your landlord for whatever reason and how best to protect your interests at every step.