Landlord & Tenant

We can help both landlords or tenants in residential property disputes.

Property

Landlords

As a residential landlord, it is important to consider the often complex minefield of housing law. We urge landlords to seek advice at the earliest opportunity to prevent any issues spiralling out of control.

We are able to assist with the following:

  • Drafting tenancy agreements
  • Drafting notices
  • Issuing possession proceedings
  • Advocacy at county court
  • Advice on claims brought by a tenant e.g. unlawful eviction, disrepair etc.

At Clark Willis Law Firm we understand the ever-increasing pressures on Landlord profits, and therefore the need to obtain swift and effective legal advice. As such, we offer a fixed fee package to suit the needs of residential landlord’s, whilst at the same time providing an expert professional service from our specialist solicitors, who will personally deal with your matter from start to finish.

Tenants

At Clark Willis Law Firm we understand the issues that can affect tenants and homeowners, such as the threat of possession by a landlord or a mortgage lender, disrepair, breach of a tenancy, or breach of mortgage terms.

We know that these can be very stressful and difficult times. During your initial meeting with one of our expert housing solicitors, we will be able to discuss a plan of action with you, including negotiation and help during legal proceedings.

We offer expert legal advice and assistance in the following matters:

  • Possession of a rented home by a Landlord
  • Possession by a mortgage lender
  • Unlawful eviction and/or harassment by a Landlord
  • Disrepair
  • Clarification of tenancy terms

We offer fixed fees for most matters, so you can be reassured that you will know what costs are involved upfront.

“Absolutely fantastic service throughout. Friendly and efficient staff and would recommend over and over again for all Law requirements.”

Mrs W, Darlington

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