Commercial Contract Disputes and Remedies

Commercial Contract Disputes and Remedies

Commercial contract disputes refer to disagreements that arise between parties involved in a business or commercial agreement. These disputes can involve issues such as: breach of contract, failure to deliver goods or services, payment disputes, or disagreements over the interpretation of contract terms. When these disputes occur, they can disrupt business operations, damage relationships, and…

Dilapidations Dispute | Commercial Lease Disputes Solicitor

Dilapidations Dispute | Commercial Lease Disputes Solicitor

A lease usually contains covenants where the tenant needs to return the premises back to the landlord in a particular condition. The covenants essentially provide that any damage or other defects to the premises must be rectified by the tenant before leaving the Premises. When a lease expires, and the tenant has not complied with…

Grounds to Oppose Lease Renewal for a Commercial Property

Grounds to Oppose Lease Renewal for a Commercial Property

Commercial lease renewals can be complex and it is important both landlords and tenants seek legal advice to protect their businesses and avoid a lengthy Property Dispute. Some landlords may wish to oppose a lease renewal request made by a tenant for a commercial property. Do you need help with a landlord and tenant lease…

Extending or Renewing Your Lease For a Commercial Property

Extending or Renewing Your Lease For a Commercial Property

Are You Extending or Renewing Your Lease? Don’t Get Caught in a Property Dispute. As a landlord or tenant of commercial premises, you will have to make critical decisions well in advance as the lease term approaches its end. Our goal is to ensure that you have the necessary information, and tools regarding the renewal…

Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) are becoming increasingly popular in England and Wales as a way of resolving commercial disputes. In fact, Courts in England and Wales encourage the use of mediation for cases with a value of less than £10,000. The Courts provide a free Small Claims Mediation Service. Mediation can be an…

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