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
Property & Neighbour Disputes
The property we own or occupy is often one of the most important aspects of our lives both financially and personally. When the stakes are high, the right professional advice is crucial.
Talk to one of our friendly and experienced team on 01582 514000
We understand that property disputes are often distressing and messy. Bearing that in mind, we offer sensitive and practical advice and will work with you to resolve the dispute as quickly as possible.
In particular, we can assist with the following:-
- Boundary disputes
- Disputes over rights of way
- Right to light disputes
- Party Wall Act disputes
- Breach of covenants
- Adverse possession claims (where one party claims ownership of land after using it for a long period of time)
- Disputes involving trespass (e.g. if your neighbour erected a shed on your property without your consent)
- CCTV and privacy disputes (e.g. if your neighbour’s CCTV cameras are pointing at your property without your consent)
- Professional negligence claims involving property
- Service charge disputes
We appreciate that it is sometimes easy to lose perspective when navigating through a property or neighbour dispute, and will provide you with honest and no-nonsense practical advice.
Some of our recent experience includes:
- Representing the Defendant in a complex injunctive claim by a neighbour relating to a right of way across their driveway;
- Advising the Claimant on a claim against a neighbour who failed to serve a Party Wall Act notice and undertook works to the party wall which caused damage and cracking; and
- Advising an individual on her right to adverse possession after she had been using abandoned land as a commercial car park for over 20 years.
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