Landlord & tenant

Expert advice to landlords on all areas of landlord and tenant law

Whatever the size of your property portfolio as a residential landlord, it is important to seek timely legal advice and where possible, to avoid problems with your tenants from arising. At Regency Solicitors, we can advise landlords on all legal matters relating to managing tenancies. 

Our expert landlord and tenant solicitors provide advice to landlords on all areas of landlord and tenant law. We have an experienced team of solicitors who are dedicated to providing advice and representing residential landlords.

We can offer a complete legal service to include advice and assistance from commencement of the tenancy right through to eviction and enforcement proceedings. Alternatively you may simply require a partial service to cover certain aspects and again we can offer assistance at all levels to ensure that you achieve your goal.


Professional no win no fee, or fixed fee legal services

Regency Law Group offer a quick response, competitive service, tailor made to provide legal advice for throughout England, Wales & Scotland. We currently employ over 300 legally qualified Solicitors and Barristers around the UK.

We help you plan

From the everyday to the most complex issue, we will provide you with clear, concise legal advice.

We help you reach agreement

You don’t always have to go through the courts to reach agreement.

We fight your corner

Our practice prides itself on its commitment to its clients, for whom it pursues the best possible outcome with rigour and litigation excellence.

We're clear on costs

We are always clear and upfront about our costs related to legal services, so you know what to expect and won’t get any nasty surprises


"Ali was absolutely incredible, he listen to me attentively, he advised me with extreme precision. He was very patient and dealt with all matters professionally."

Ahmed Bukhari

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