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    Letting your property

    Before beginning the process of letting your property, be prepared. Many see letting a house or a flat as a means of generating income and growing your capital, but without the right legal advice it can still be a complicated business.

    With the guidance of our highly approachable, experienced, and qualified team of lawyers, managing your property, and the relationship with your tenants can be relatively straightforward. We’ve been here before, and we know how best to protect your property, your investment, and your ongoing interests.

    Open the door to experience

    One of the most common forms of property letting arrangement in England and Wales is an assured shorthold tenancy. Although simplified, there are still catches and you don’t want to be caught out. Which is where our help in drafting or reviewing an agreement can prove invaluable. Equally, we’re happy to advise on your obligations in relation to tenancy deposit schemes, ensuring you do the right thing at the beginning of a tenancy to avoid any issues at its end.

    Resolving disputes

    Unfortunately, disputes between landlord and tenant aren’t uncommon. Fortunately our dispute resolution team has seen it all before and can always step in, if you do face an issue.