Letting or renting a residential property in Derby?
We are your landlord and tenant solicitors

As landlord solicitors based in Derby, we advise and assist residential landlords and tenants regarding their leases or tenancy agreements relating to residential property. Our litigation and residential property team will work closely together to ensure that our clients receive the best possible advice in any matter.

Our services include:-

  • The drafting and service of relevant notices including section 8 and section 21 Housing Act 1988 notices for residential tenancies;
  • The handling of disputes between landlords and tenants including rent arrears, repairs, breaches of covenants, and dilapidations claims.
  • The issue or defence of repossession proceedings including the drafting of pleadings, preparation of the case to representation at court.

We take a proactive approach to assess the merits of your case and provide clear advice regarding the prospects of success and remedies available to you.

Naturally, we can assist with negotiation and alternative dispute resolution and will actively promote a cost-effective dispute resolution without recourse to protracted litigation where possible.

In the event that the involvement of the Court is necessary, we have the litigation expertise to advise and assist fully.

We help both private tenants and landlords with tenancy issues relating to residential property. This includes the serving of relevant notices (for example eviction or rent arrears), the handling of disputes between landlord and tenant and the issue or defence of repossession proceedings.

Bill Martin is our specialist dedicated to dealing with such matters on behalf of both landlords and tenants. We can assess the merits of your case, negotiate on your behalf, explain the benefits of and assist with alternative dispute resolution and if necessary commence or defend Court proceedings.

We offer a friendly and efficient service to our clients and will be pleased to assist in connection with any landlord and tenant matters which may arise.

Are you a commercial landlord or tenant? Please go to our commercial landlord solicitors page.