The obligations imposed by landlord and tenant legislation often present hurdles for landlords and management companies which may be seeking recovery of charges or facing sanctions for non-compliance.
Ground rent and service charge recovery
Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall appreciates that the recovery of monies due pursuant to leases is vital in order to ensure that landlords and management companies can fulfil their obligations and maintain the integrity of developments. We have a specialist team of individuals dedicated to assisting your credit control departments, ensuring that accounts are brought up to date promptly and on a cost effective basis.
Let our experience make yours that much easier:
Whether you want to recover ground rent or service charge arrears we are able to assist. We offer competitively priced solutions and in the main charge only what we are able to recover from the leaseholders. We also offer some services on a no win no fee basis depending upon the terms of the lease.
Forfeiture and possession – long residential leases
If you are a landlord or a management company and are struggling to recover ground rent or service charge arrears or perhaps the tenant is in breach of another obligation contained within the lease, forfeiture may be the only realistic prospect of remedying the situation.
WHN’s has a specialist team of individuals who deal with forfeiture of long residential leases and are able to guide you through the various statutory restrictions that have been implemented for the protection of tenants. It is of vital importance that the right is exercised correctly because there are serious consequences for failure such as liability for damages not to mention wasted costs. Speaking to our experts will give the peace of mind you need to ensure everything is legally watertight.
Breach of covenant
Disputes often arise between landlord and tenant following a failure to comply with the covenants in the lease. Each party has a number of options available. We can assist in resolving the dispute if it has already arisen or with a view to avoiding a dispute arising in the future. The aim is to secure a cost effective and efficient resolution without the need to resort to protracted and costly litigation.
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To discuss any aspect of long leasehold dispute resolution please contact Eleanor Cornthwaite at our Bury office on 0161 761 4611 or alternatively email;