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Landlord & Tenant

Most landlord and tenant disputes arise because either the tenant or landlord has breached their contractual obligations, or because there is a conflict of interest. Perhaps the tenant has gone into rent arrears or unlawfully sub-let part of the property. Whatever the issue, housing disputes of this nature often involve high levels of emotion and stress.

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, CKE Law can help minimise disruption, if and when a dispute arises. We will always attempt to resolve the problem by arbitration via mediation, which more often than not, means you will not have to go to court. However, if there is no other solution but to take the dispute into the court system, you can rest assured we have the experience and expertise to represent your best interests at all times.


Our specialist team of dispute solicitors have a wealth of knowledge in landlord and tenant disputes and, unlike some lawyers, we pride ourselves on being able to look at the problem from both sides, advise you on the likely outcome of your dispute and help you choose the best route to achieve the result you want.

  • Possession
  • Rent Recovery
  • Service Of Notices
  • Registering Deposits
  • Preparing Tenancy Agreements
  • Health & Safety
  • Local Authority Regulations
  • Court Representation
  • Possession Proceedings
  • Warrants To Evict
  • Tenancy Deposit Schemes
  • Management Disputes
  • Property Repairs
  • Tenancy Surrender Negotiations
  • Rent Review

If you are currently involved in a dispute with your landlord or tenant, or you simply wish to find out more information on how to resolve a potential dispute that may arise, then contact the CKE Laws Dispute Resolution team today on 0161 503 1717 for a no-obligation, confidential discussion. Alternatively, you can fill in our online form and one of experienced lawyers will call you back at a time that suits you.