Recovery of rent arrears from ex tenants in UK? The Wills and Probate team at Blackstone Solicitors is here to help you and we can assist with every aspect of advising upon a Deed of Variation. This is the process whereby it is possible to vary a testator’s will We have considerable experience in this area of law and can advise you throughout the process. We can also help with all the documentation to ensure you achieve everything you are hoping to through a Deed of Variation. Contact us today and we can talk you through our services and how we can help you and your family. Simply call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will give you a call back as soon as possible.
When to put in place a Shareholders’ Agreement? We would recommend that you enter into a shareholders’ agreement when you set up your company and issue the first shares. You will also be putting in place the company’s constitution at that time (the articles). It is a good time to have a discussion about how the business should be run and what the expectations of the shareholders are with relation to the investment they are putting into the business. If it is straightforward to put together a shareholders’ agreement that should bode well for the future. If you can’t agree on what to include that should set alarm bells ringing! If you leave it until the business is more established, it could be even trickier to reach agreement.
Are there any restrictions on transferring the ownership of a property with a mortgage? In addition to passing your lender’s eligibility checks, there are other factors that could prohibit you from transferring the ownership of the property with the existing mortgage. These include: If the property is buy-to-let and one of the ‘new owners’ intends to live in the property, If a person being removed from a mortgage will still be living in the property – at the very least they will need to waive any rights to occupation. Conditions vary from lender to lender and so it is important to get in touch with them as soon as possible in order to find out if there is anything that could affect your ability to transfer ownership.
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It’s a landlord’s worst nightmare: a former tenant absconds from a property without having paid everything owed. It can be extremely tricky to reclaim this debt without the assistance of a solicitor. Often the ex-tenants will find excuses to delay payment; will ignore calls and letters, or disappear altogether. Blackstone Solicitors specialise in rent arrears case’ armed with the legal expertise needed to ensure a fair outcome for landlords. You shouldn’t have to experience stressful cash flow problems just because a tenant won’t pay its debts, which is why we aim to resolve such disputes promptly and effectively.
A break clause is written into the commercial lease from the outset and allows a Tenant (and even a Landlord) to end a lease early by serving a notice on the other party. The lease will set out certain requirements that must be followed to ensure the break is valid, for example, the Tenant may be required to give the Landlord notice that they wish to enact the break clause, and all outstanding monies due must be paid. On the other hand, a Tenant may find that the preconditions set by the Landlord mean that the break clause is, in reality, incapable of being exercised. If both parties opt out of the legislation as part of the lease, there is no automatic right to security of tenure. Under these circumstances, a Tenant can vacate the property without providing notice by informing the other by writing. If a Tenant refuses to vacate the property, the Landlord will usually need to undertake possession proceedings. Read more information at https://blackstonesolicitorsltd.co.uk/.