Depending on the terms of the commercial property lease, the landlord’s consent is often required to make any physical changes to the property, to transfer the lease to a third party or to use the property for another purpose.
Our commercial property disputes team regularly help tenants in working out what they can do under the terms of the lease and what action can be taken if the landlord says no.
We also help advise and protect landlord’s when they are considering applications by tenants for consent to make changes. If problems arise, we can also advise on legal action if the tenant carries on without consent.
Contact our team of specialist property lawyers for a no-obligation discussion.
The Legal 500 2021: Property LitigationActons's Nottingham team represents individuals, companies and charities in property litigation involving landlord and tenant matters, breach of contract claims and trust disputes, among other areas. Caroline Bowler has particular expertise in disputes concerning restrictive covenants, adverse possession and easements. 'Efficient and effective' associate Daniel Harley focuses predominantly on landlord and tenant litigation. Associate Gordan Monaghan joined the team from Bray & Bray in 2019.
"Actons’ ‘very professional and knowledgeable’ team"The Legal 500
"The 'highly professional' seven-fee-earner team at Actons handles a broad spectrum of cases, including matters with multi-jurisdictional elements."The Legal 500