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Video: Landlord & tenant law, your commonly asked legal questions answered

We have a brand-new video from one of our trusted solicitors. This time the focus is on landlord & tenant law. Our leading expert on landlord services is here to provide advice on how to best navigate the potential legal pitfalls of the profession.

Watch landlord & tenant law: Dealing with bad tenants

Our Head of Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Liam O’Shea, answers some of the commonly asked questions landlords have about legal proceedings. He outlines the different procedures for getting your property back from tenant, the conditions required for serving an eviction notice, and what to do if the tenant doesn’t leave after being ordered by the Court.

Advice from the expert

Liam also offers tips for the unwary landlord. Advising on potential problem areas for landlords in legal proceedings, and what to do to manage them.

Liam concludes with assurance that if you’re having problems with your tenant, Astle Paterson has the services you need. “At Astle Paterson, we offer a fixed-fee service for getting your property back from troublesome tenants. We’re here to help.”

Contact our team directly

If you need advice in commercial and contractual disputes, property disputes or debt and asset recovery, our experienced solicitors are on hand to help.

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