At Phillips we have expert knowledge to assist both Landlords and Tenants on a comprehensive range of issues.
If you are a Landlord we can provide a bespoke service covering advice and documentation from when your Tenant enters the property to the time when they leave.
We are able to offer advice on the various notices that should be served before and after a Tenant occupies a property, as well as offering advice regarding the legal requirements of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme and your ongoing responsibilities as a Landlord during the tenancy.
If you are in a dispute with a Tenant we will assist you to resolve the situation and if necessary provide advice and representation in Court for Residential Possession Proceedings. Whether you are looking to sell a property and need vacant possession, or a Tenant has failed to pay their rent, we will take prompt action to avoid incurring unnecessary cost.
We are experienced in representing Tenants and protecting their legal rights. If you are a Tenant we assist and advise you should your Landlord bring proceedings against you. We can also advice you in relation to Property Repair Claims and disputes regarding Tenant Deposits, as well as provide advice on Service Charge, Management Disputes and Lease Extensions.
It is every landlord’s worst nightmare – you have let out a property but suddenly without notice the rent payments have stopped. Fortunately, Solicitor Hayley Eachus is on hand to assist.
New regulations will force thousands of buy-to-let investors to become House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) landlords from October 1, 2018.
Buying and selling a house can be stressful, but we will endeavour to make the process as smooth as possible and of course, provide you with great service.
The house buying and selling process can be quite stressful, but we endeavour to make it all go smoothly from the beginning to the end and of course give our clients great service.