Whether your property dispute involves commercial or residential property we know that it can be a stressful and difficult position to be in. We can help you navigate a solution having regard to your objectives by always taking a professional and commercial approach. Our primary aim is to bring about a cost-effective outcome with your goals in mind.
We will work with you on the best approach to meet your aims, this may mean mediation or negotiating a solution but equally, we have strength in advising on complex litigation if that is necessary.
Our range of clients includes landowners, trusts, developers, landlords, tenants, and individuals and we represent clients across all relevant courts including the First-tier Property Tribunal, the Upper Tribunal Lands Chamber, the County Court through to the Supreme Court.
Commercial Property Disputes
We have extensive experience across our team advising on:
- Lease renewals under The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
- Landlord and tenant disputes including forfeiture, claims for breach of covenant, claims for sums due under the lease including rent and service charge
- Breach of option agreements, developer’s agreements
We similarly have experience advising on:
- Disputes between co-owners of property in respect of their beneficial share or seeking an order for sale
- Boundary disputes
- Title disputes including adverse possession
- Obtaining possession from tenants, licensees and recovering rent arrears
- Rights of way disputes and restrictive covenant disputes
- Professional negligence that involves property such as claims against conveyancing solicitors and surveyors
- Claims for misrepresentation when selling a property
- Applications connected with the enfranchisement process; such as missing landlords, applications to determine if you satisfy the criteria to purchase your freehold, right to manage applications, lease extensions and acquisition orders.
Whatever your dispute, our approach will be the same. We will be professional, friendly and tailor our advice having regard to your objectives, the likely costs, and the risks of litigation.