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Landlords

Whether you’re wanting to let your residence, buy a buy-to-let building, are a property owner with a huge profile or simply trying to find suggestions, our lettings specialists are here to aid you comprehend the entire lettings process from start to finish.

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    Costs of legal advice

    At Khans Solicitors, we want to avoid hidden fees and unexpected costs. So, you know in advance, how much you will pay and what exact services and support you will receive.

    Contact us now on 020 8553 5995

    Buying a Residential Property

    Purchasing or selling a house is one of the largest economic choices that a lot of us make in our lives. It can likewise be just one of one of the most stressful.

    Selling a Residential Property

    Selling a property is not easy as this is not just advertising in the market and set an asking price. Khans Solicitors will guide you through every step of the way,

    Owning a Joint Property

    Purchasing a residential property with somebody else certainly sounds like an excellent concept. By pooling your resources, you might have the ability to acquire

    Transferring Equity

    When you have a residential or commercial property with another person, you may end up wanting to move complete ownership to either on your own or the other individual.

    Settling a Land Dispute

    Land ownership and leases, whether farming, household or industrial, frequently result in conflicts, either between neighbouring proprietors

    Being a Landlord

    Whether you’re wanting to let your residence, buy a buy-to-let building, are a property owner with a huge profile or simply trying to find suggestions,

    Pricing Guide

    As per the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority instruction, we need to release information about the services we provide as well as the prices we bill. We want our customers to have the right information that they require to make the decision to select the best service at a rate that they can pay for.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Some landlords experience problems with their tenants and as a landlord you need to know you have a team who can help with these issues should they arise. We can also help you with other challenging tasks such as:

    • Drafting a tenancy agreement and guarantees
    • Setting up a correct and enforceable assured shorthold tenancy (AST)
    • Evicting tenants and recovering your premises
    • Claiming rent arrears and damages from former tenants, e.g. debt recovery
    • Offering advice in respect of houses in multiple occupations and assisting in the legal requirements that flow from that

    Not only can we help you with the tasks mentioned above, we can also offer assistance in other situations such as:

    • Advising leaseholders in respect of acquiring the freehold
    • Challenging excessive service charge claims
    • Assisting with problem neighbours and boundry disputes
    • Advising in all aspects in relation to Rent Act protected tenants

    As a landlord, you may want to have an expert solicitor by your side, who can help you with your day to day questions. We’ve extensive experience and knowledge to help you in every situation.

    At Khans Solicitors, we want to avoid hidden fees and unexpected costs. We’ll always discuss with you your requirement before starting so you know exactly what you’ll be paying and what services you’ll receive.

     I have inherited a property with a sitting tenant. Can I evict them?

    Unfortunately, there isn’t a definite yes or no answer. The answer depends on various factors such as:

    • Are the tenants protected in the will of the deceased person?
    • Does the will say anything about the occupation of the property?
    • Are the tenants protected under the RentAct?
    • Are the tenants otherwise protected under the Housing Act, or under the terms of a licence that permit them to reside at the property?
    • Why do you want to evict the tenants, e.g. do you want to claim personal use of the property?

    Our solicitors can help you to establish your full legal position. Call us now on freephone 020 8553 5995.