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I am a landlord. What can I do if a leaseholder breaches the terms of their lease?

A lease is a contract and so if a leaseholder breaches the terms of their lease you can take legal action through the County Court. Where relevant you can seek an injunction, order for specific performance and/or damages. You can also seek to recover your costs. The ultimate sanction open to you would be to seek forfeiture of the lease.

You may require the services of a solicitor or surveyor. See the directory of Leasehold Practitioners.

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