Landlord Services

Welcome to our section devoted to property landlords and the issues a landlord may face such as evicting a tenant from a property or the proper drawing up of tenancy agreements.

We at Seatons are legal specialists, and offer a fast & friendly legal service with low sensible fees that provide exceptional value for money. Although we are based in Northamptonshire and have offices in Corby & Kettering, distance is not a problem!

We act for clients across England & Wales. So, whether you live just up the road, or a few hundred miles away then we can still help.

We are known as the friendly professionals and aim to provide you with an outstanding legal service.

We care about you and will work hard for your best interests to help resolve your legal problem quickly and easily.

Unlike a lot of other legal service providers, we are a genuine firm of solicitors and are fully insured and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

We hope you find our website is both helpful and informative and gives you the answers to your legal questions.

Contact us to have a no obligation chat on 0800 3 10 11 12 or use our online enquiry form.

Legal Areas For Landlords
Carol O' Leary

Specialist Landlord Services

My name is Carol O’ Leary. I am a lawyer who specialises in legal services for landlords. We aim to provide our clients with an outstanding legal service. We can help you with tenant evictions under Section 8 or Section 21 regulations, tenancy agreements, deposit protection, rent arrears and much more.

We will help and support you and most importantly we work hard for you.

Please contact us for a free, no obligation chat at either our Corby office on 01536 276300 or our Kettering office on 01536 311690 or contact us online.

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Latest Articles For Landlords

Secure Your Financial Interest In A Property By Getting Legal Advice

A man spent hundreds of thousands of pounds renovating a country property and a barn so he could use them for holiday lets. However, as he had not sought legal advice he lost all of the money because he had no long- term secure tenancy.

Houses of Multiple Occupancy – When is a Storey Not a Storey?

The definition of what comprises a storey of a building was to be found in the following case heard at the High Court and landlords of Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMO's) should heed the decision to avoid prosecution.

Supreme Court Rules On Landlords Liabilities For Repairs

A Supreme Court Ruling states that property landlords cannot be held responsible for repairs that they have no knowledge of, and any consequences of them.

Daughter Of Farmer Pays For Not Seeking Legal Advice Sooner

There is an advantage of being calm under pressure but when you are about to be evicted from your 100 acre small holding you cannot afford to delay seeking legal advice, as the daughter of a farmer discovered.
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Why Use Seatons?
  • Practical sensible help and information
  • Fixed, competitive and affordable prices
  • We care about you and fight for you
  • Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • We can help resolve your issue quickly & easily