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DISPUTES AND LITIGATION

Residential Landlord and Tenant

Our Disputes Resolution and Litigation team has built a strong reputation for successfully resolving Landlord and Tenant disputes, with a quick and cost effective approach, while maintaining a suitable perspective while dealing with sensitive matters.  
REASSURING SUPPORT AND

Trusted Guidance

At Bright Solicitors, our dedicated team of landlord and tenant experts takes pride in its ability to advise on complex matters within the private rental sector. 


We offer guidance in a pragmatic and cost-effective manner, striving to swiftly connect you with the most suitable team member to manage your situation. We are here to assist you through what might otherwise be a challenging period.

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SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING 

Complex Disputes

Residential disputes between landlords and tenants arise from a number of different causing factors. 

For landlords with a portfolio of properties, we can provide tenancy dispute services across your full estate as part of an ongoing arrangement. This includes checking existing tenancy agreements and drawing up new legally binding contracts with tenants that protect you against damage and antisocial tenant behaviour.


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PEACE OF MIND

& Expert Support

Our specialist Dispute Resolution team is trusted by lettings agents, corporate and private landlords and developers.

Our expertise covers:

  • Facilitating possession claims.
  • Offering landlord guidance for Rent Repayment Order applications.
  • Furnishing support through a dedicated legal telephone helpline.
  • Managing claims arising from housing disrepair.
  • Undertaking debt recovery and the enforcement of judgments.
  • Skillfully handling the recovery of service charge arrears.
  • Providing specialised training in lettings law.
  • Thoroughly reviewing and skillfully drafting tenancy documentation.

Useful Information

The 'How to Rent' Guide constitutes essential information that must be provided to a tenant prior to the issuance of a valid Section 21 Notice for an English Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). This stipulation means landlords must provide the version of the How to Rent guide that was applicable at that time. 

To view the most recent How to Rent Guide, as well as all previous version, please visit our How to Rent Archive.

At Bright Solicitors, we strive to be fully transparent with our Fees. Please contact a member of our specialist Litigation & Disputes team for information regarding our fees, and an estimate related to your matter. 

Please contact 01752 388883, or email DisputeResolution@brightllp.co.uk

If you would like to discuss a Residential Property dispute with a member of our team, please contact 01752 388883, or email DisputeResolution@brightllp.co.uk

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the Disputes & Litigation team

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