For a landlord, having the right level of legal advice is essential.
Whether you have just purchased your first investment property, or you are working with a growing portfolio, the property law experts at Stirling Ackroyd Legal can help you to navigate your various obligations and effectively manage risk, as well as provide immediate and reliable advice and assistance if anything should ever go wrong.
Specialist Landlord Solicitors
As the leading property specialists across the capital and beyond, we have diverse experience within both the residential and commercial rental markets. We pride ourselves on our exemplary levels of client care and will work in partnership with you in order to meet your commercial objectives.
Our dedicated property specialists have many years’ combined experience in providing legal advice for landlords, and we are proud to have developed so many successful long-term relationships within our broad and ever-growing client base.
Legal Services For Landlords:
- Heads of terms
- Negotiating leases and drafting
- Interpretation of leases
- Rent reviews
- Service changes
- Rent arrears and tenant insolvency
- Break clauses
- Dispute resolution
You can trust in us to provide a complete package of legal services in property portfolio management, as well as ongoing support in the event of a dispute arising, with the aim of reaching a swift and effective resolution. With our unrivalled expertise and unique market insight, we will always identify effective and practical solutions, whatever the future may bring.
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Thank you to Stirling Ackroyd Legal’s Corporate team for helping set up my company’s employment contracts. An excellent service. – Alex Bower
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Following the Governments announcement on the UK going into lockdown, many businesses have followed protocol and have instructed their employees to work from home.
It is important to weigh up the costs and the benefits to any venture before you invest, and commercial property is no different. Although the residential properties are what usually springs to mind when investment is mentioned, it is important to consider that commercial properties also have their benefits.
As part of its ‘Warm Homes for All’ initiative, the Labour Party has announced plans for significant upgrades to UK housing in a bid to create a new generation of green homes. The Labour Party aim to drastically improve loft-insulation and double glazing, reducing a reliance on fossil fuels and creating 450,000 new jobs by 2030 in the process.