Our expert Landlord and Tenant solicitors at O’Gorman Solicitors are skilled in dealing with both contentious and non-contentious aspects of Landlord and Tenant Law and we remain up to date with the latest legal developments in this area of law.   Landlord & Tenant Law is an extremely complex area. When entering a lease both the landlord and the tenant need to be fully advised of the rights and obligations being created. For instance from a tenants point of view a long lease may create certain rights of renewal for a tenant however such a lease is generally fully repairing and insuring. These leases can contain extremely onerous clauses if not carefully negotiated on behalf of a tenant. From a landlords point of view the benefit of such a long lease must also be weighed against the granting of renewal rights and also against important VAT considerations. Therefore it is essential that both a landlord and tenant obtain specialist and expert advice before entering a commercial lease.

The Landlord and Tenant Law team specialise in negotiating Leases, advising and drafting short/long term Leases, Registration of residential lettings with the Private Residential Tenancies Board, Dealing with disputes, Terminating Leases and the Recovery of Rental Arrears.

Our solicitors can assist you with advice and representation in the following areas:-

  • Lease negotiations
  • Leases of commercial and residential property
  • Enforcement of covenants in Leases
  • Lease renewals
  • Assignment of Leases (sale/transfer)
  • Sub-lettings
  • Licence Agreements
  • Private Residential Tenancies Board
  • Recovery of rental arrears
  • Resolving service charge issues
  • Possession proceeding

Commercial Leases

We advise both landlords and tenants on commercial property transactions and on all aspects of the drafting and negotiation of commercial leases including:

  • Pre-Lease enquiries including title, services, easements, rights and privileges, and planning matters.
  • Tenant obligations
  • Landlord obligations
  • Rent reviews
  • Repairing obligations
  • Guarantees
  • Warranties
  • VAT implications
  • Waiver of rights to a long term lease