Landlord and Tenant

Our dedicated landlord and tenant team assist with all matters regarding commercial and residential landlord and tenant cases. From dealing with issues relating to leasehold properties, agreements for lease, lease renewals, rent deposits, we provide astute and clear legal advice on your options. 

How can our landlord and tenant solicitors help?

We advise both landlords and tenants across the UK on every aspect of contentious leasehold transactions. We act on behalf of tenants, landowners, asset managers, retailers and corporate offices. 

Our landlord and tenant lawyers can advise on a range of matters including;

  • Assured short holds and tenancies
  • Removal of unauthorised occupants
  • Recovery of service charges
  • Recovery of possession
  • Rent reviews/rent arrears
  • Dilapidations
  • Enforcement of covenants
  • Possession claims
  • Claims for disrepair
  • Unauthorized subletting and alterations
  • Service charge disputes
  • Confirmation of the extent of repairing obligations
  • Missing or absentee landlords
  • Forfeiture
  • Issues arising from the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954
  • Landlords’ consents

At Lincoln & Rowe, our expert litigation solicitors can carefully assess your case and provide professional advice on how to proceed with a fair resolution. We have extensive expertise in handling property disputes and litigation claims across the UK and overseas.

Make an online enquiry, send an email to or call us on +44 (0)20 3968 6030.

Who we can help

Our property litigation solicitors at Lincoln & Rowe have two decades of experience advising on high-value and complex property litigation. We advise on a wide range of commercial and residential property litigation matters and contentious property issues, including trust and probate disputes where property is involved.

Where can you find us?

Lincoln & Rowe Solicitors are based in the heart of London and just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Courts of Justice. Our full address is 81 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DD.

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James Beat
James specialises in a broad spectrum of property disputes across the UK, assisting clients in reaching a resolution to their problems in his trademark approachable, pragmatic style. James has significant expertise in resolving complex property disputes and has been involved in several of the leading modern cases involving party walls and rights of light.