Our specialist property dispute solicitors have a wealth of experience in helping and representing clients in a wide range of disputes involving land and property.
Disputes relating to property can be particularly stressful and complex. Our team understand the importance of a quick, easy and convenient property dispute process and can offer expert advice every step of the way.
Our property dispute team will walk you through all of your options when it comes to the possibility of dispute resolution by negotiation, mediation and arbitration. However, if litigation cannot be avoided, then we’re here to help you to bring or defend a claim, brought in either the civil courts or through the tribunals.
How can we Help with Property Disputes:
- Land and property ownership disputes
- Landlord and tenant disputes
- Property management
- Boundary disputes
- Easements (rights of way, rights to light)
- Adverse possession claims (when you have been using land for many years as your own)
- Restrictive covenants (restrictions on how you can use your property)
- Removing trespassers and squatters
- Co-ownership disputes
- Party Wall Act disputes
Specialist Property Dispute solicitors
Our team of property dispute solicitors are specialists at dealing with a wide range of property disputes and legal matters relating to property, and have done so successfully for a number of tenants and individuals we’ve represented.
What is a property dispute?
A type of legal dispute involving property and real-estate, these typically arise from a wide range of conflicts or disagreements from ownership and responsibility to property lines and blocked views, and can be between landlords, tenants, neighbours and members of a community.
What does a property dispute solicitor do?
An experienced property dispute solicitor will understand the ins-and-outs of every different legal matter in this area and be able to give professional and specialist advice when it comes to cases and guidance throughout every step of the process.
What should you do about a property dispute?
There are a number of actions you should take depending on the type of property dispute you find yourself in, whether it’s using a mediator to solve an argument with a neighbour or filing a lawsuit against a landlord or tenant in more serious circumstances. Always try to resolve things yourself before seeking further legal advice and support.