Commercial Lease Dilapidation Claims Solicitors
Dilapidations in a commercial lease are damages or defects to a property, which a tenant is legally obliged to fix or sort out in accordance with their lease.
As a commercial landlord, you can make a dilapidation claim against the tenant either during or at the end of their lease. In doing so, it’s important to clearly set out the repairs required. Either the tenants rectify the issues themselves, or, you offer to make the repairs and charge the tenants for the cost. Alternatively, you can claim for damages if the lease allows.
Dilapidations issues can be complex and costly, and it’s important to seek legal advice early on to avoid any potential conflicts or issues further down the line.