Our property dispute lawyers are specialists who provide our clients with practical legal advice, and pragmatic, cost-effective solutions to resolve property law disputes through negotiations or litigation.
We can advise you about property disputes including boundary disputes, landlord and tenant disputes and neighbour disputes.
It is important to seek proper legal advice if you are involved in a property dispute. Property law is complicated, and you should get the right legal help as soon as you can.
Our property dispute lawyers act for our clients in a wide range of property disputes and property litigation, including disputes about or involving:
We provide advice about obtaining adverse possession of land, and we also deal with the application on behalf of our clients.
We advise and act for clients involved in boundary disputes and explore all options from mediation to court action.
We advise and act for clients involved in disputes with builders and contractors over work carried out on their property, including disputes over defective workmanship or materials, claims for negligence and disputes over payment.
We advise commercial landlords and tenants in connection with a wide range of disputes that can arise involving commercial property, including disputes over service charges and rent.
Our dispute resolution team includes specialists in all aspects of construction law, who can act for claimants and defendants in cases involving both private individuals and corporate clients including breach of contract, and breach of statutory regulations.
Senior solicitor Christopher Cox is a commercial dispute solicitor who is also qualified as a commercial mediator, with expertise in litigation, arbitration, and adjudication. He has successfully mediated in many company, commercial, construction and property law disputes.
We can provide advice about breach of easements and conduct court action if necessary.
We can give advice about ways to resolve a range of disputes that can arise between residential landlords and tenants under an assured shorthold tenancy.
We can advise leaseholders and freeholders about any breach of obligations during the lease, including claims for disrepair or dilapidations.
We act for people who are involved in disputes with their neighbours and advise them about the options open to them to achieve a successful resolution.
We advise and assist on obtaining possession under an assured shorthold tenancy, and we can advise tenants where possession proceedings may be pending. We also advise and assist freeholders in connection with forfeiture of both commercial and residential leases where relevant breaches have occurred.
We can advise about right of light disputes, and we can also assist if matters need to proceed to court.
We advise and act for many clients about resolving disputes with their neighbours over use of a shared driveway.
We have dedicated property dispute lawyers in our dispute resolution team.
Director of Property Disputes, Sherrie Munroe is an experienced property litigation lawyer.
In all cases the starting point is an informal discussion with one of our property dispute lawyers who can tell you how we can help you. If a specialist is not available when you call, you can arrange a call back.
Contact us to arrange to speak to a specialist and find out how we can help you.
We are a national law firm and represent clients across England and Wales from our offices in London, Hertfordshire and Northampton.
There is usually no need to visit our offices. We can carry out meetings and appointments by telephone and video calls, with secure document sharing with our clients.
Bishopsgate Law (Hertfordshire)