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Landlord & Tenant

Did you know that two thirds of the property occupied by businesses is rented rather than owned? It means it’s more likely that your property problems will be to do with your status as a landlord or tenant than as an owner.

Our property lawyers can help your business whether you’re a landlord or a tenant. We can help you with:

  • Drafting, negotiating and agreeing new leases and tenancy agreements and associated documents including Rent Deposit Deeds and Guarantees
  • Lease renewals
  • Licences in connection with business premises including Licences to Underlet and Licences to Carry out Works
  • Subletting
  • Disputes including break clauses, rent review, service charge and dilapidations claims
  • Residential Landlord and Tenant issues including enfranchisement and right of pre-emption for qualifying tenants on sale of freehold

Latest News & Blogs

chambers uk 2018
Nov
2017

Independent legal directory Chambers UK has launched its 2018 edition and leading law firm Lester Aldridge once again has achieved top rankings.

Fixed costs litigation
Nov
2017

The judge responsible for the overhaul of costs in civil litigation in 2013, has now suggested that fixed recoverable costs be extended in many cases, in all likelihood after Brexit.

Lester Aldridge - New Partners 2017
Nov
2017

We are delighted to announce that six associates have been promoted to partner, one associate chartered legal executive to director and three solicitors to associates.

Lester Aldridge Legal 500 UK 2017
Oct
2017

Leading law firm Lester Aldridge has increased its top rankings in the 2017 edition of independent legal directory The Legal 500 UK, after being listed as a top tier firm in 6 practice areas and recommended in 12 others.

5k-runners
Oct
2017

A team of runners from Lester Aldridge has raised £960 for Macmillan by completing the Supernova 5k as part of the Bournemouth Marathon Festival on 7 October.

Oct
2017

Many businesses will be familiar with conducting business through contractual documents such as purchase orders, rather than a signed contract.

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