Property Disputes

Disputes concerning property are best resolved by pro-active lawyers who combine an in depth knowledge of the property sector with a top level range of dispute resolution skills.

Whether you are a commercial client or an individual, you may need advice and support to help you deal with lease renewals, notices and rent reviews, service charge and dilapidation disputes, boundary and covenant disputes, planning issues and judicial review, and the arbitration or adjudication of construction disputes.

Our Property Litigation Team is led by Andrew Tugwell who is uniquely qualified as a solicitor, a fellow of the RICS, a fellow of the Institute of Arbitrators and a qualified mediator.  Andrew will use all his sector and professional experience to make sure you receive comprehensive advice and to achieve the best possible outcome

Having your cake and eating it more>

Property law update: commercial property - assignment of leases more>

Landlords: New Right to Rent checks from 1 February 2016 more>

My neighbour cut down my tree. Can I sue for damages? more>

Lost highways found more>

Lost highways set to reappear as right-of-way law changes more>

A hasty and unplanned demolition in Kilburn more>

On the offensive more>

Japanese knotweed and the invasion of the bureaucrats more>

First shots fired in billionaire H&M boss's property dispute more>

Don't end up on the wrong side of a 'right of way' more>

Decision day on Dolphin Square more>

Ask the experts more>

Ask the experts more>

Can I sue my own solicitors? more>

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The law can help neighbours in basement works disputes more>

Super-basements hit rock bottom more>

Landlords can avoid service charge consultation more>

Sensitive advice might have to be disclosed more>

Residential Landlords Deposits - have you protected yourself? more>

Can a landlord relocate car parking spaces in a lease to redevelop? more>

When is a valuer negligent? A recipe for disaster? more>

New - 10% additional damages if offers to settle are refused more>

Planning Conditions Need to be Clear to be Enforceable more>

Private improvements on public rights of way more>

Important property briefing: A wake up call for land owners more>

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