We work with landlords and tenants, advising on a wide range of disputes relating to commercial property. 

We also work in partnership with other professionals at various stages throughout property transactions, advising on strategies to avoid or mitigate disputes wherever possible.

More details on some of the more common issues are available below. 

We’ll discuss the different methods for resolving disputes that might suit you, and resolve the dispute as quickly as possible, at the lowest cost.

Contact our team of specialist property dispute lawyers for a no-obligation discussion.


Alterations, assignments and other changes requiring consent

We also help advise and protect landlord’s when they are considering applications by tenants for ...


Break options and rent reviews

We can provide advice to either a landlord or tenant on what steps are required to bring a lease to ...



Landlord’s want their property to be in the best possible state for its next tenant or possible ...



The landlord also might not want the property back (repair, insurance and rates can be very ...


Lease renewals

From the landlord’s perspective if there is a desire and the grounds to bring the lease to an end...


Rent recovery

Often no formal action is required and the situation can be solved by opening lines of communication...


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