3PB Direct

Landlords and tenants both have rights and responsibilities when it comes to renting out or renting property.

Whether it’s renting-out residential property or letting a commercial premises disputes can occasionally arise between landlords and tenants.

3PB’s property barristers have extensive experience of all aspects of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and the wide range of disputes that can arise between parties.

Perhaps either the tenant or landlord has breached their obligations, or their interests conflict. Perhaps rent is in arrears or the tenant has unlawfully sub-let part of the property. Or maybe there is a disagreement about a service charge or the terms of a lease renewal.

Our specialist property barristers are experienced with all aspects of the landlord and tenant relationship, regularly conducting litigation on behalf of clients or advising on:

  • Dilapidation
  • Lease renewal
  • Lease surrender
  • New leases
  • Tenant default
  • Squatter eviction
  • Possession due to rent arrears
  • Tenancy agreements and guarantees
  • Shorthold tenancy agreements
  • Rent arrears and damages.

For help and advice please contact Mark Heath on +44 (0)3333 231 586 or email us.

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Landlord & Tenant Barristers


Michael Norman

Lawyer since 1971

William Hansen

Lawyer since 1992

Joshua Dubin

Lawyer since 1997

Richard Whitehouse

Lawyer since 2009

Charles Irvine

Lawyer since 2010

Susan Jones

Lawyer since 2011

Thomas Talbot-Ponsonby

Lawyer since 2011

Nicole Bollard

Lawyer since 2012

Ashley Blood-Halvorsen

Lawyer since 2017