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
Landlord & Tenant Disputes
Disputes and disagreements between commercial landlords and tenants are an unfortunate fact of business life. Our highly experienced property litigation team work with a broad range of clients both landlords and tenants to resolve disputes in the most effective way through negotiation, mediation or court and tribunal proceedings.
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Our team consists of highly experienced litigators working regularly in the High Court, County Court and Property Tribunals.
We work closely with our commercial property team to provide a comprehensive and seamless service.
We regularly assist with:-
- Business lease renewals
- Forfeiture and repossessions
- Rent and service charge arrears and collection
- Service charge disputes and collections
- Break clauses
- Breach of covenant claims
- Block management
Our recent experience includes:-
- Advising the freeholder of a large prestigious estate on a claim for utilities of over £80,000 and the potential for recoverability through service charges;
- Advising the tenant in a substantial dilapidations claim resulting in a settlement for less than a quarter of the sum initially claimed
- Acting on behalf of the landlords in a contested lease renewal based on the tenant’s serious criminal activity at or near the property
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