I am served with section 25 notice by my landlord,the business lease expires on 25 march 2008,i had been leaseholder for 19 years.What is the last day i must apply to the court for new lease.do you reccommend a good firm of solicitors in W1 NW10 London area
3 reasons for the notice are a c f
in a he has not served me with delapidation notice
in c he knows whom i have sublet and his permission was sought
in f,he has 2 floors above my shop.i occupy entire ground floor,and small upper part.
He wants to take half of my premises to convert into a dwelling house.
To develop his 2 floors he need not require access to my part of the building.
By development he would make lot of money
Do i have any chance in the court to succeed
any good firm of solicitors pleaseEdited by Customer on 2/2/2008 at 6:24 AM
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