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Our specialist Property Litigation team provide advice on a wide range of property disputes.
Talk to one of our friendly and experienced team on 01582 514000
We work closely with our Commercial Property team to provide early cost-effective advice and aim to find solutions through negotiation, mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
If litigation becomes necessary, our team are highly experienced litigators with a proven track record working regularly in the High Court, County Court and Property Tribunals.
We act for a broad range of clients from landowners, lenders, developers, commercial and residential property investors, to individual property owners.
We aim to work with you to resolve disputes in the most effective way to meet your ultimate objectives.
We have experience in dealing with:-
- Breach of contract disputes
- Construction disputes
- Development disputes
- Dilapidations claims
- Landlord and Tenant Act 1954;
- Landlord and tenant issues including rent arrears, forfeiture and lease renewals
- Party wall disputes
- Possession of land claims including adverse possession and squatters
- Professional negligence
- Rights of Way
- Rights of light claims
- Service charge disputes
Our recent experience includes:-
- Advising the freeholder of a large estate in relation to a claim for forfeiture against a lessee using the flat for short term holiday lets
- Advising the owner of two industrial units on a possible claim for forfeiture and a dispute over car parking at the site
- Advising the seller in a complex claim relating to development land where the seller is in financial difficulties and the lender has appointed Law of Property Act receivers
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Welcome to our May issue of the Property Litigation Newsletter. This issue covers the binding arbitration process forCovid-19 related rent arrears, information on the new Code of practice introduced for commercial landlords and tenants, electric vehicles – a challenge or opportunity for commercial landlords? and auction sales – Is ‘BuyerBeware’ enough to avoid a claim for non-disclosure?
In this issue – Creditors’ winding- up petitions and Covid-19 restrictions, How to make yourself bankrupt, Repaying bounce back loans and The new binding arbitration process for Coronavirus-related commercial rent arrears.
Join Stephen Nolan and Neil O’Callaghan for our latest #AskMachins podcast discussing the consequences of being a rogue company director.
If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with our Commercial Litigation Team then they’d to love to hear from you on 01582 514000
In this edition – Updated Covid-19 winding-up provisions, HMRC guidance published dealing with directors’ liability for their involvement in limited companies and potential tax avoidance, HMRC’s approach to debt enforcement, Restrictions on commercial landlords continue despite other insolvency restrictions being eased and Company Director disqualification update