We provide the complete commercial debt recovery service; from outsourced early arrears collections through to expert litigation, all handled in-house by a multi-award-winning law firm.


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We understand those involved in real estate management want a responsive, pro-active, no-nonsense and transparent service.

Our real estate lawyers will develop a unique knowledge of your business, objectives and how you like things to be done. We will explain the reasoning behind our advice in a clear, jargon-free manner which will enable you to have a fully informed view of any risks associated with a transaction, matter or approach.

Combining the wealth of knowledge and experience of our Dispute Resolution, Property and Debt Recovery teams, our bespoke end-to-end service ensures consistency and understanding of your business or portfolio and is undertaken by experienced lawyers who will work in partnership with you.

Our real estate lawyers have considerable experience in dealing with all associated property and litigation advice.

We specialise in advising on heads of terms, notices, assignment, subletting, variation, forfeiture, eviction, dilapidations and tenant default, as well as complex and high-value development work.

Our team currently acts for clients in various industry sectors, including pubcos and hospitality, retail, charities, care homes, and letting agents, to name a few together with various investment companies and commercial and industrial estate landlords and tenants.

Being able to assist and provide advice at all stages of the landlord and tenant relationship provides us with a thorough overview of any property portfolio that we are instructed on.

This comprehensive approach ensures that we are aware of any issues that arise from the outset, enabling us to deal swiftly with issues arising during the term, as well as advising on matters once the lease comes to an end.

Below is a non-exhaustive list of the types of matters that we can assist you with, whether it be transactional, litigious, contentious or in relation to a tenant debt.

If you have a residential property portfolio, we can also support you with your legal requirements, such as evicting a tenant.


New leases
Obtaining consent from the superior landlord
Initial lease negotiations


During the term

Alienation, assignment and sub-letting issues
Arrears and service charge collection
Variation of existing terms
Tenant default and injunctions
Lease renewals
Land registration issues
Removal of squatters

Post-term & termination

Landlord & Tenant Act 1954
Settlement negotiations and alternative dispute resolution
Break notices
Tenant insolvency
Lease disclaimer

Jo Milward
Senior Associate
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