A man has been removed as an executor of his mother’s will after his brother complained that he was obstructing the administration of the estate. The case involved three brothers; two of them were executors of her will. Following several years of disagreement, one of the brothers raised a petition seeking the removal of the
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Our proximity to and relationship with London Luton Airport, together with our longstanding presence in the town for over 100 years, enables us to provide services to local, national and international companies in relation to aviation disputes of all kinds.
Working closely with our commercial aviation team, we have extensive experience in a variety of aviation disputes including:
- Advising and acting on behalf of aviation maintenance corporations in respect of maintenance agreements;
- Advising on Charter Agreement disputes;
- Advising on disputes in respect of aircraft purchase contracts and “wet”/”dry” leases of aircraft; and
- Advising and acting on the behalf of airlines, aircraft maintenance companies and other aviation corporations in litigation and/or mediation, including numerous High Court proceedings.
Our recent experience includes:-
- Acting in relation to a dispute relating to the return of lease aircraft in circumstances where there had been severe delays and the aircraft was in a poor condition;
- Advising on an aviation accident and liability of landing gear;
- Acting on a substantial dispute in relation to breach of charter agreement; and
- Advising on a dispute involving helicopter charter agreements.
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