Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, MacGinley Quinn Solicitors LLP can help you in relation to all matters concerning landlord and tenant law. Our landlord and tenant team has a wide knowledge of the property and rental sector and a keen awareness of the current market conditions that impact both landlords and tenants.
At MacGinley Quinn Solicitors LLP, we can advise clients on the following areas:
Actions for arrears of rent, rates insurance and service charges
Actions for breach of covenant
Negotiating and drafting the terms of leases and tenancy agreements
Recovery of possession
Rent review agreements
Service of Notice to Quit
Termination of Leases and Tenancy agreements
We are highly regarded as landlord and tenant solicitors thanks to our reputation for achieving our clients desired results. Contact a member of our team today to discuss your particular requirements.
How long must a landlord give a tenant a notice of termination of their tenancy?
The landlord must serve notice to quit in writing, no less than four weeks in advance. However if you have a fixed term contract and you feel that you have been unjustly treated you must seek legal advice regarding the impending eviction.
My tenant is refusing to leave a leased property. Can you help?
If possession of a leased property is not surrendered by the tenant on expiry of the term or its earlier termination, then the landlord may require a court order for possession. Our landlord and tenant solicitors can support and guide you through the process.