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Tenancy Agreement Problems

Are you facing problems with your landlord?

Do you have a problem arising out of your tenancy agreement that nobody seems to be able to answer?

We are here to offer advice and assistance to all parties in connection with tenancy agreements. Some issues arise out of the tenancy agreement itself e.g. where the terms have not been made clear from the outset. We can offer clear and concise advice on how you should tackle your landlord if you do not agree with any of the terms that are contained within your tenancy agreement. Furthermore, we can advise you as to whether the tenancy agreement is appropriate to your circumstance and how to amend those that are not.

Generally tenancy agreement problems arise where one of the parties has not been careful at the outset. If you do not understand any of the documentation that you have been asked to sign, prior to starting a tenancy agreement, we suggest that you seek our advice to make sure that you fully understand what terms and conditions you are entering into and what the landlord expects from you during the term of the tenancy. Many terms can be renegotiated with your landlord.

Contact our landlord and tenant/housing specialists today for an initial cost free telephone overview of your circumstances. Please telephone Bhavani Hogarty on 01935 385987, Chris Palucsis on 01935 382687 or Ella Carroll on 01935 385984. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you as soon as possible.

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