Tenancy Agreement Solicitors
If you’re letting, or looking to let a property, you need to be sure that the tenancy agreement is fit for purpose, gives clarity to you and your tenants, and helps avoid legal disputes during the tenancy. Getting the right agreement in place needn’t take long and is well worth the effort as it gives you peace of mind over your property.
Our specialist team advises clients in different languages on a wide range of Employment Law matters. Call them on 0208 1111 911 or contact them through the website to discuss your circumstances with them.
What do I need to consider when it comes to drafting up a tenancy agreement?
Among other things, the right tenancy agreement should cover the following:
- The address of the property
- The names of all tenants
- The amount of rent payable
- A schedule of dates for rent payments
- Tenants’ responsibilities
- Landlord’s responsibilities
- Additional charges for any damage
- Right of access for inspections and maintenance of the property
All of the above and any other requirements of your tenancy agreement need to be carefully worded by an experienced property lawyer to help reduce the risk of costly, complicated disputes with your tenants.
What other legal services might I need?
All being well, with a proper tenancy agreement in place, there’s every reason your tenancy should run smoothly. However, if problems should arise the tenancy agreement will help you resolve the disputes, thanks to the clarity it provides. If your tenants refuse to act in accordance with the agreement, we can also help you with other services such as:
- Rent recovery
- Tenant evictions
- Tenant deposits
If you’re already renting properties and have issues with any of the above, we’re happy to discuss your circumstances with you to see if we’re able to help you resolve any disputes.
How do I get legal advice on tenancy agreements?
Call us on 0208 1111 911 or contact us through the website and we’ll discuss the circumstances of your property and details of your tenants with you. Then we’ll recommend the best course of action to create an agreement that will be effective for all parties. The initial call is free and we’ll advise you of our fees before you decide to instruct us.