Stephen Wood Mediation                          

Civil and Commercial Mediation                    Tel: 01295 814 999

Workplace Mediation                                       Mob: 07906 200 469

 Commercial Landlord and Tenant Mediation

Disputes between commercial landlords and tenants often arise concerning rent, disrepair, forfeiture, deposits, renewals, rights and obligations.

With commercial properties, the landlord and tenant may be tied into a long-term relationship by the lease.  Frequently their underlying interests, rather than their positions, allow for opportunities for both parties to obtain a mutual benefit.  

Mediation, in contrast to litigation, can often achieve a mutually beneficial result through flexible solutions which the Court can not provide for.

The commercial starting point of mediation is usually better suited to commercial property disputes than the strictly legal one.

Call Stephen Wood for an informal chat to discuss whether mediation could be suitable for your dispute.

  • Disputes arising from damage on termination of the lease
  • Forfeiture of the lease
  • Relief against forfeiture
  • Rent arrears
  • Deposits
  • Guarantors
  • Repairs
  • Dilapidations
  • Service Charges