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Leasehold Disputes

Leasehold disputes commonly arise between freeholders and leaseholders, and will often involve financial considerations, such as property repairs or the payment of service charges.

A leasehold dispute can become extremely stressful for both parties because for the landlord or owner, the property at the centre of the dispute represents a major asset or investment.

For the leaseholder, however, this will also be their home. Both parties will usually wish to resolve matters as quickly as possible, however, this can be difficult once the lines of communication have broken down, and it is important to seek legal advice as quickly as possible if a leasehold dispute should arise.

Expert Property Lawyers

At Ackroyd Legal, our team of property law experts have diverse experience in handling leasehold disputes and whatever the circumstances, it is quite likely that we will have encountered a similar situation before. We act for both freeholders and leaseholders when leasehold disputes arise and will provide exceptional legal advice on the interpretation of the lease and your rights and obligations, as well as firm representation to protect your interests and reach the most favourable outcome.

We offer a complete service to clients in cases of leasehold disputes. For landlords and freeholders, our range of services includes, but is by no means limited to:

For leaseholders, our solicitors also offer a fully comprehensive service with the aim of reaching a swift resolution, including:

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