- Adverse Possession
- Commercial Rent Reviews
- Commission Disputes
- Contractual Disputes
- Illegal Subletting
- Land and Property Disputes
- Property Development and Renovation Disputes
- Restrictive Convents
- Tenancy Disputes
- Boundary Disputes
- Jointly Owned Property
- Rights Of Way
- Planning Appeals
- Nuisance and negligence
- Property Repairs
- Leasehold Disputes
Most leases are subject to regular rent reviews, often on a five-yearly basis. Both landlord and tenant need to take steps to ensure that their interests are protected when it comes to commercial rent reviews, and the team of property experts at Stirling Ackroyd Legal are here to help.
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When it is time to carry out commercial rent reviews, both landlord and tenant need to seek professional advice from a valuation surveyor with both local and industry knowledge. Your specialist solicitor at Stirling Ackroyd Legal can provide legal advice and guidance throughout the process and handle any issues or disputes that may arise, to reach the quickest and most cost-effective resolution.
For more information on our services regarding commercial rent reviews, please contact a member of our team, who will be very happy to help you.
Should you wish to know more about the services we offer, please feel free to contact our client services department via our enquiries page, or give us a call 0203 058 3365.
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