FBC Manby Bowdler’s dedicated Residential Landlords Team is the leading landlord and tenant specialist Firm in the West Midlands and Shropshire and has been providing advice to a range of landlord clients for over 30 years.
The Residential Landlords Team, led by Associate Andrew Verlander who has been responsible for developing this niche area of practice at the Firm, advise private and portfolio property owners, Housing Associations, Local Authorities and letting agents in respect of a number of landlord and tenant related matters.
The Team specialise particularly in providing advice to the Financial Services sector, working
with Building Societies, delivering legal advice in respect of arrears management litigation. Key building society clients include Tipton & Coseley Building Society and Dudley Building Society.
The Team’s many years’ experience in managing landlord and tenant matters means that there is nothing they haven’t handled before and can deal with even the most complex and challenging of cases. The advice provided is commercial, timely and practical as we understand, in most cases, our clients have a business to run and therefore our focus is on resolving any contentious issues as quickly and cost effectively as possible, however large or small the property portfolio.
Our residential landlord and tenant legal advice covers:
- Tenancy deposits
- Tenancy Agreements including advising on and drafting the agreement
- Bringing the Tenancy Agreement to an end including advising on Notices to Quit and Section 21 and 8 Notices
- Housing standards
- Service charges
Our commercial landlord and tenant legal advice covers:
- Breaches of covenant
- Lease renewal
- Bringing the lease to an end including advising on Section 25 and 26 Notices
- Enforcement for non payment of rent
All landlords will require legal advice at some stage during the management of their property portfolio so if you have an enquiry in relation to a landlord and tenant issues or simply wish to speak to a member of our expert Team for further advice and guidance, please use the request a call back or make an enquiry option to get in touch.