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Landlord and Tenant Disputes

Fixed Fee Landlord and Tenant Dispute Solicitors in Glasgow, Shawlands, East Kilbride, Edinburgh and Lanarkshire

Disagreements between landlords and tenants can be problematic and worrying for both parties. Our Property Dispute Solicitors can offer advice and assistance to clients dealing with a dispute. We will advise you on both your legal rights and options, helping you to negotiate a fair and effective solution with the other party. If more formal action becomes necessary, we will champion your interests throughout the Tribunal process and work tirelessly to get you the desired outcome.

For clear and simple legal advice on your landlord and tenant dispute, contact our team today.

Types of landlord and tenant disputes

Our Landlord and Tenant Dispute Lawyers have supported clients dealing with a wide range of conflicts, including those involving the following issues:

  • Rent arrears
  • Deposits
  • Cleaning, maintenance and repair responsibilities
  • Rent increases
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Entry to the property
  • Tenancy agreement terms
  • Evictions
  • Wrongful tenancy terminations

The circumstances of the dispute will determine which is the best resolution approach. We will take the time to understand all the issues and how you would like the matter to be resolved, so we can recommend the route that has the greatest chance of success.

How can you resolve a landlord and tenancy dispute?

In most cases, simply talking to your landlord or tenant will allow you to reach a solution. However, if this is unsuccessful or the matter is complex, you might need some legal assistance to work through the issues involved.

Alternative dispute resolution

At Simplicity Legal, we are committed to helping you resolve your dispute in a stress-free, quick and affordable manner. In the majority of cases, we will recommend you try negotiation, mediation or another form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in the first instance.

As well as being quicker and cheaper than the tribunal route, these methods are more informal, flexible and give you better control over the outcome. Consequently, they have a high success rate. Our Landlord and Tenant Dispute Solicitors can advise you on the best ADR option for your dispute and assist with the process.

First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber

Many residential property disputes can be dealt with by the tribunal, including those involving rent, repairs and entry issues. If you have tried and failed with other forms of dispute resolution, you may choose to apply to the tribunal to make a decision. Your application must be carefully prepared and supported by substantial evidence.

If it is accepted, a hearing will take place where the evidence and views of each party will be considered and a final decision is issued by the tribunal. We can guide and advise you throughout this process and develop a strong strategy for success.

Contact our Landlord and Tenant Dispute Lawyers in Glasgow, Shawlands, East Kilbride, Edinburgh and Lanarkshire

If you are a landlord or tenant struggling to resolve a dispute, please do not hesitate to contact our specialist team for support. We offer a privately funded fixed-fee specialist legal service in Scotland. Call us on 0141 433 2626 or fill in our online enquiry form. Your initial consultation with us is free of charge.

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