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Property litigation solicitors

Property disputes are common both in the residential and commercial context. We can advise and assist whether your property litigation issue relates to commercial property or residential property, freehold or leasehold.

You may be a long-term tenant who owns a flat or a house as leasehold, and has difficulties getting the landlord to undertake repairs, or a commercial tenant facing excessive service charges – the key is to stay active and not be afraid to deal with the issues.

Landlord solicitors in London

We advise both landlords and tenants but we are experienced and well known for acting for landlords of all kinds from institutional through to private landlords with a small portfolio or even single commercial property. Property disputes are often complex and technical. Mistakes by Landlords often prove very costly, so it is always important to have specialist landlord & tenant lawyers representing you.

Types of property litigation

Our solicitors have experience and expertise in all aspects of property litigation. Often negotiation, arbitration or mediation are the best way forward but where court litigation is needed, a good solicitor, procedure and tactics are vital.

Residential property disputes where we have significant experience include :-

  • disputes relating to property alterations, planning, party walls and boundary disputes;
  • lease disputes;
  • major works disputes;
  • rights of way and rights of light;
  • defective premises disputes;
  • disputes over property management and service charges;
  • possession claims where the tenants have not paid rent or may be refusing to vacate;
  • co-ownership disputes.

Commercial lease disputes

Most common commercial lease disputes involve problems associated with:

 If you need help or advice on any property dispute, we can help. Get in touch with our specialist solicitor for property litigation,  Dalia Ross. 

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