Resolving Breach of Tenancy Agreement

Legal Guidance

A tenancy agreement is a legally binding contract that outlines the rights and responsibilities of both landlords and tenants. When either party fails to uphold their obligations as stipulated in the agreement, it constitutes a breach of the tenancy agreement. Such breaches can lead to disputes and legal actions. At Resolve Solicitors, we specialize in assisting both landlords and tenants in addressing breaches of tenancy agreements and finding effective solutions.


You may need to serve a notice to pay rent or quit, and if the issue persists, initiate eviction proceedings.

In most cases, landlords must provide notice and obtain tenant consent except in emergencies or other specific situations.

Tenants can request repairs in writing and, if necessary, take legal action to compel the landlord to make repairs.

Eviction for minor breaches is typically not immediate and requires legal procedures and notice periods.

Remedies may include eviction, recovering unpaid rent, or seeking damages for property damage.

In some jurisdictions, tenants may be allowed to withhold rent under specific conditions and following proper procedures.

The timeline varies depending on the nature of the breach and whether court proceedings are involved.

In many cases, tenants can be held responsible for the actions of their guests or visitors as per the tenancy agreement.

Contact us directly, and our experienced team will provide the guidance and support needed to address your specific breach of tenancy concerns effectively.

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