The business services solicitors at George Ide LLP have many years of experience in commercial property litigation and can help landlords and tenants in a wide variety of situations, including possession and breach of covenant.
Disputes between a business proprietor and the owner of the building from which the business operates can arise for many reasons and often relate to alleged breach of covenant, when a landlord claims that a tenant is not keeping to the terms of the lease agreed at the start of the tenancy.
If our lawyers are unable to help the two sides to resolve their differences through negotiation and mediation, it may be appropriate for them to represent the landlord, to begin legal proceedings to obtain possession of the property, including serving Section 25 Notices.
Action to obtain damages for breach of covenant, make dilapidations claims and recover rent arrears are also within our remit.
Tenants, too, can also benefit from the firm’s expertise if they feel they have been unfairly treated by a landlord attempting to claim possession of the commercial property being rented.
Whether a business is a one-man-band or a multi-national and whether the landlord is a private individual or a large company, George Ide will give impartial, honest advice on relevant legislation and potential courses of action for anyone considering commercial property litigation.
Over the years, we have built up many successful relationships with business clients throughout the UK, West Sussex and Hampshire, helping them on a regular or occasional basis to protect and maintain their financial and commercial interests relating to their properties.
If you have a problem relating to possession or breach of contract with which we can help, please call our North Street Chichester office in confidence, otherwise, click through for details of one of our business solicitors featured on this page.