Tenancy Law and Residency Law

For most people, renting a flat is a basic necessity to guarantee them a roof over their heads. House owners, on the other hand, have the opportunity of creating monthly value from the property they own. Naturally, this form of letting or loaning of living space evokes numerous conflicts as tenants and landlords often disagree on various relevant issues, such as modernization, own use, rent increases, and the abatement of rent on account of defects in the flat.

While tenancy law consists of a seemingly manageable amount of regulations, it is nevertheless augmented by a vast number of judgements, passed by all manner of courts; the issue of rent abatements on account of defects in the flat alone has led to legal proceedings that are as all-encompassing as they are overflowing.

Our specialist solicitors will provide you with comprehensive counselling, be it on the tenant or the landlord side.