- Landlord and Tenant disputes
- Dilapidation and disrepair claim
- Lease renewals – opposed and unopposed
- Forfeiture and repossession
- Rent arrears and insolvency
- Breach of covenant
- Landlords consent to assign, sublet, alter, change use
- Rent review and service charge disputes
- Contentious break notices
- Disputes arising out of the sale and purchase of land
- Disputes concerning rights or obligations relating to land including trespass, title disputes and ownership, easements or other rights concerning land
- Lease interpretation
- Compulsory purchase and compensation
- Emergency injunctions
- Residential Landlord and Tenant claims
- Tenant insolvency
- Urgent eviction of squatters or other unauthorised occupiers of land
- Boundary disputes
- Party wall
- Adverse possession
- Property related professional negligence
- Lease and franchisement
- Residential leaseholders rights
- Jointly owned property disputes including claims and The Trust of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 2002
- Possession claims including residential assured and assured shorthold tenancies under the Housing Act 1988
- Service charges and breach of covenant disputes
- Contested lease extension claims
Property litigation disputes often require a rapid response. Our property litigation team based in London and St Albans appreciates the need for an urgent turnaround and we strive to achieve an early settlement wherever appropriate as this often has the effect of minimising or even preventing the problem arising. At the same time, we also have extensive experience in the tactical use of litigation as well as other forms of resolution such as mediation to achieve the right results for our client.
Our Property Litigators liaise closely with our Commercial Property Department to minimise the risks of disputes escalating to litigation.
Our extensive Landlord and Tenant client base includes prominent retailers, leisure operators, major estate agents, fast food retailers and financial service providers.
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