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Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes

Jones Whyte represent both landlords and tenants in disputes involving leases or aspects of leasehold entitlements over commercial properties. If you are a tenant and you wish to assert your landlord’s obligations – perhaps they aren’t conforming to their repair requirements – or you are a landlord who wishes to dispute breaches that a commercial tenant has committed of the lease, then we are the solicitors for you. With our head office in Glasgow, the experienced solicitors at Jones Whyte proudly serve commercial clients up and down Scotland in landlord and tenant disputes. Contact us today.

Commercial Landlord and Tenant Dispute Solicitors in Glasgow

At Jones Whyte, our expert solicitors combine legal knowledge with analytical skill. We have the expertise and experience necessary to ensure that you can understand and interact with your obligations and entitlements properly.

Repairs

If you are a commercial tenant, you should be aware that most commercial leases contain full repairing and insuring clauses, which means you will have the responsibility for carrying out necessary repairs to the property and paying the premium on the landlord’s building insurance policy.

However, these clauses can vary, and at Jones Whyte we will be careful to ensure that we look out for these variations when we are assisting you in a dispute. For instance, it may be that yours is an internal repairing lease, under which you are only responsible for repairs to the interior of the building.

Dilapidations

Disputes can arise between a commercial landlord and tenant when the lease expires. If you are a landlord, you are entitled to serve a schedule of dilapidations on the vacating tenant. This will outline defects and areas where repair is needed. The tenant has a duty to leave the property in the same state in which they first found it. Where the tenant disputes what they are responsible for, the specialist solicitors at Jones Whyte can help.

Alienation

A commercial tenant has no right to surrender their interest in the lease unless they are granted a specific right to do so. Being aware of this is essential – whether you’re the landlord or the tenant. If a commercial dispute has arisen as a result of this clause, the dedicated solicitors at Jones Whyte can help.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a tenant struggling over the reasonableness of a decision made by your landlord, or whether you want to claim money or think the other party shouldn’t be claiming money. Whatever the dispute between commercial landlords and tenants, Jones Whyte are able to assist.

Contact Commercial Landlord and Tenant Dispute Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland

At Jones Whyte, we pride ourselves on being able to offer commercially-minded legal solutions that suit your particular needs. We understand our clients’ needs differ, and we do all we can to offer bespoke services that suit each of our clients’ particular situations. Our head office is in Glasgow, but we serve clients up and down Scotland. Contact us today. Call 01413751222 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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