Property rental is not always straightforward. Being a landlord has never been more challenging, with the law governing your relationship with your tenants having changed dramatically over the past few years.
If you need to remove a tenant from your property, whether they are a nuisance or you just need them to leave for your own reasons, it has never been more difficult to do so. Judges do not take proceedings for possession of property lightly, and so it is important that you get things right at every stage, from drafting eviction notices right up to putting your case to the Judge.
Fortunately, Rubin Lewis O’Brien are here to assist. We can guide you through the eviction process to a successful conclusion.
If you are a tenant and your property is in disrepair, or the landlord has not taken the legally required steps regarding your deposit, you can ask your landlord to pay compensation.
You can claim compensation if the repair problems in your home made you or someone in the house ill, damaged your belongings or caused you inconvenience. You can also claim a reduction or refund of rent.
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“It was a pleasure having Patrick as my solicitor, he was very professional and put me at ease throughout the process. He was easy to contact and always had time for me, I felt he had my interests at heart. I would recommend anyone wanting to pursue a claim to use Patrick. ”