Sherrards help client Global Infusion Limited with dilapidations claim
At the end of the Lease the Landlord served a substantial dilapidations claim. Mike and the team used arguments involving a section 18 valuation to significantly reduce the Tenant’s liability.
The team worked closely with Brasier Freeth one of the leading surveyors in Hertfordshire to help resolve this matter for our client.
George has a broad real estate practice encompassing landlord and tenant matters, adverse possession, rights of way, covenants, nuisance, trespass and more.
His clients appreciate his straightforward and down-to-earth approach. He knows the stress litigious disputes can bring, so he ensures his advice is free of legal jargon and enables his clients to fully understand their position.
He is eager to build strong relationships with his clients to understand them and their businesses. This helps him to give his clients advice that is tailored for them and their objectives.
That’s it. No fuss, just facts.
Sherrards’ Real Estate Litigation team advise property client obtain vacant possession from Rent Act Tenant
One property in the portfolio had a Rent Act tenant, but it was suspected that the Rent Act tenant no longer resided at the property. A claim was issued on the basis of abandonment. However, papers were served suggesting the tenant was returning from working abroad
Michael Lewis and the team issued proceedings and the matter went to the High Court. In the days before trial the team managed to agree a successful settlement for our client.
Paul’s experience encompasses disputes concerning the breach of leasehold covenants by landlords or tenants, restrictive covenants, rights of way and other easements, forfeiture of leases, acts of trespass and nuisance and professional negligence claims.
That’s it – no fuss, just facts.
Sunira much prefers face to face or phone conversations with clients, to emails, finding it the most effective way to understand their concerns and objectives.
She is also enthusiastic about networking, evident from her involvement in Horizon Young Professionals Networking. She helps to organise the group, which brings together young professionals from Sherrards and other London firms, to share their experiences, ideas and contacts.
Sunira focuses on providing well-researched and pragmatic advice and building constructive working relationships with clients. Their comments suggest they appreciate her approach; we’d say that too, if you asked us.
Mike’s clients range from International and UK based developers, retailers, landlords and high net worth individuals. He works closely with them to achieve their objectives and they appreciate him for his unpretentiousness and “refreshing” approach to the law.
He enjoys being an active member of the St Albans business community and has held positions such as Chairman of the St Albans Business Improvement District (BID) and he is a Director of the St Albans City of Expertise.
He finds meeting people to be the best form of business development, and this is something he instils in his team, who are encouraged to go out and do the same.
Those are the facts, pure and simple.