My client had got behind in paying rent for some commercial premises.
The main representative for the lessor went away and other person took over who was much more aggressive.
He got his solicitor to issue a default notice and a termination notice. The termination notice required my client to vacate by today.
My client thought she had reached an agreement with the managing agent, and that she was largely keeping to the payment arrangement. That may have been true, and we may well have had enough material to get an injunction to prevent the eviction, but I managed to negotiate a deal which saw my client in the premises until the end of the lease, which was a lot more cost-effective result, even though my client had to agree to reimburse the lessor for its legal fees and pay my legal fees as well.
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