Cozens-Hardy LLP are a long-established and well-respected firm of Solicitors with offices in Central Norwich.
We have a long association with Tessa Shepperson, who is the Principal of Landlord Law Services, and are extremely pleased join and be part of this telephone advice service.
To obtain telephone advice from us all you need to do is
We will then contact you within 2 working days to arrange a telephone appointment with one of our experienced Property Lawyers.
Our advice does not necessarily have to stop there; as in the telephone call, we can advise on what further work may be required and will provide you with an estimate of costs.
Our experienced property litigation team deals with a wide range of property disputes:
Disputes over boundaries, rights of way, covenants, eviction of squatters and other unlawful
occupants, trespass, nuisance, adverse possession, mortgage disputes, party wall disputes,
neighbour disputes and disputes over property ownership or property rights.
Possession/eviction cases, forfeiture, recovery of rent, service charges and other sums due
under leases, disrepair and dilapidation claims as well as business lease renewals.
Possession/eviction cases, recovery of rent, service charges and other sums due under
leases, disrepair and dilapidation claims and leasehold enfranchisement (including extension
of leases, buying the freehold etc). Also, issues relating to lodger licenses and guarantees.
In most cases, your advice will be provided by solicitor Gary Leverett.
Gary is a highly experienced Property Litigation solicitor, acting for landlords in both residential and commercial tenancy disputes.
This includes all aspects of Assured Tenancy Agreements, from their formation, deposits and other formalities to possession proceedings, as well as advice regarding other types of residential tenancies and licences (including lodger licenses), and guarantees.
In respect of commercial leases, Gary will be able to advise what to do if your tenant is in arrears of rent or in breach of other terms of the lease, including forfeiture, possession proceedings and dealing with break clauses.