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Property Litigation

We work closely with all departments in the firm and in particular our property department, to provide a unique tailored service to all property litigation clients.

What is Property Litigation?

When there are disputes between landlords and their tenants, property litigation is typically involved to help settle this dispute.

The partners also have a strong background in general commercial disputes which ensures that they have a wealth of experience to draw upon. This, in turn, makes certain that with a combination of litigation and negotiation, the focus is on achieving the best commercial outcome for clients.

Property Litigation

Our team of highly experienced lawyers advise landlords, tenants, multiple national retailers, developers, local authorities and individual property investors, which provides us with an invaluable insight into all aspects of property transactions.

If you have a question about Property Litigation, call us today:

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

If you can’t call us right now, please fill out the enquiry form below and one of our solicitors will call you as soon as possible.

We Cover:

  • Joint venture disputes
  • Nuisance claims
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Conveyancing disputes
  • Rent and service charge recovery
  • Insolvency of landlords and tenants
  • Breaches of covenant
  • 1954 Act contested and uncontested Lease renewals
  • Dilapidations claims
  • Interpretation and rectification of property related documents
  • Boundary and rights of way disputes
  • Forfeiture and applications for relief
  • Lease surrender
  • Securing possession from squatters
  • Residential possession
  • Adverse Possession Claims
  • Engineering and Building Disputes
  • International and Domestic Property Litigation
  • Landlord and Tenant Disputes
  • Neighbour and Property Disputes






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Criminal Litigation
Legal Aid Agency
The Law Society of Northern Ireland
The Parliamentary Review Best Practice Representative