Leases can vary from a few months to hundreds of years and carry a mandatory date for moving out. When your existing lease agreement expires, then as a tenant, you either have to move out or apply for an extension. The Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 allows tenants to acquire an extension of 90 years in addition to the existing lease tenure. This requires either a lease extension agreement or a renewal. If the landlord and the tenant agree on existing terms & conditions, an extension is applied. However, if the terms & conditions need to be changed, a new agreement or renewal has to be executed. Our professional and qualified solicitors specialising in lease extensions have represented numerous residents and landlords in the United Kingdom, so you can be sure of receiving services from professionals with an excellent reputation across the region.