Commercial Property Disputes

We  have a wealth of experience acting on behalf of clients in relation to commercial property disputes. We are one of the leading firms described as ‘dynamic, energetic, committed and able team – always prepared to go the extra mile for clients’

Owning commercial property often involves balancing a delicate long term commercial relationship between landlords and tenants. 

We are experienced in acting for clients of all sizes including portfolio landlords. property developers, investors, charities, property managers, retailers, tenants, restaurateurs, hoteliers and financial institutions in relation to the full range of commercial property disputes. 

We are regularly instructed in business lease renewals, rent reviews and dilapidation disputes. We bring a sensible and commercial approach to negotiating and alterations to covenants, assignments and subletting’s.

Where proceedings are necessary we are known to be firm but sensible litigators. The size of our team means that we can take on the most complex claims under timed pressure.

  1. Recommendations
  2. Expertise

Legal 500 quote - ‘A dynamic, energetic, committed and able team – always prepared to go the extra mile for clients.’.

Legal 500 quote - ‘ Rudi Ramdarshan is an excellent strategic thinker, who is able to anticipate pitfalls well in advance of them materialising. He is also strong on the optics of his cases. He is results-driven and has high expectations of himself and others.’

Legal 500 quote - ‘ David Burns has great technical knowledge but wears it very lightly so that the client feels they are just having a friendly chat but in fact are being expertly navigated through complex and dangerous waters

Legal 500 quote - ‘ Benjamin Frost has an astute attention to detail, and works hard to provide us with the best possible outcome.’

Legal 500 quote - ‘Victoria Huxley is one of the hardest working solicitors I have come across.

  • Business lease renewals (contested and uncontested)
  • Disputes relating to breaches of covenants including rent arrears and commercial service charge arrears
  • Forfeiture of commercial leases and applications for relief from forfeiture
  • Disputes relating to consent for alterations, assignment, subletting and change of use
  • Recovery of land or premises from unlawful occupiers or squatters