Our Commercial Property Dispute Services
Commercial property disputes can occur for a number of reasons, so it’s important to work with a law firm that has extensive experience in a wide range of areas. Our solicitors are adept at handling matters spanning a full spectrum of scenarios, including:
- Lease renewals
- Lease termination
- Break notices
- Possession claims
- Rent arrears
Whatever side of a disagreement you’re on, whether you’re a landlord, tenant, or other party, you can rely on our commercial litigation solicitors for informed and strategic advice.
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Commercial Property Litigation Support
The commercial real estate sector is vast, with multi-million pound transactions taking place every day. Given the unique challenges and opportunities it poses, not to mention the complexity and value of the contracts, swift and proactive legal advice is required if a dispute arises.
Regularly called upon to advise on a wide range of issues, Thursfields’ commercial property litigation solicitors have an excellent reputation for securing positive results. We represent all parties, including SMEs, large corporates, and individuals — whether as landlords, tenants, or investors.
We always strive to seek a resolution amicably, while standing ready to robustly promote your position if court action is required.
Commercial Property Litigation Lawyers
Whatever your commercial property dispute entails, however complex it may be, our team is perfectly placed to assist.
Director, Commercial Litigation and Head of Agriculture & Rural
A seasoned litigator, Jon regularly acts on behalf of landlords, tenants, and businesses. His in-depth understanding of his clients’ unique requirements, coupled with a practical approach to dispute resolution, means he is often able to settle matters without the need to go to court.
Jon and his team deal with all aspects of commercial landlord and tenant matters, to include rent arrears, contested lease renewals, breach of covenants, break notices and dilapidations’ claims.
Jon is a member of the Property Litigation Association.
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For more information about our commercial property dispute resolution services, contact our team today.
A Bespoke Approach to
Commercial Property Dispute Resolution
No two commercial property disputes are ever the same. Each transaction has unique circumstances, while your viewpoint and desired outcome will vary depending on the nature of your disagreement and whether you’re making or defending a claim. As a result, you need to instruct a law firm that can gain a thorough understanding of your business practices and provides pragmatic, commercially-focused advice based on what you’re endeavouring to achieve.
Our commercial property dispute resolution process begins by having a detailed discussion about your case and objectives. We’ll then provide our honest and frank opinion regarding your legal position, likelihood of success, and the options that are available to you — while recommending what we believe is the best course of action for you. The next step is to devise a proactive strategy designed to reach your goals as efficiently as possible.
Support for a Range of Sectors
The circumstances of a commercial property dispute can sometimes be influenced by the specific industry you operate in. This is especially the case for farms and other rural businesses. It’s therefore important to instruct a law firm that’s in-tune with your sector and can tailor its service to suit. You need to work with Thursfields.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are several ways to resolve a commercial property dispute. The quickest and most cost-effective option is to pursue ADR (mediation or arbitration), to negotiate a settlement with the other party without having to resort to court action. If this is not possible, the only remaining route is litigation — something that may take a significant amount of time and money to complete.
If you seek legal advice from specialist commercial property dispute solicitors, they will always try to resolve your claim amicably at the first instance. Should litigation be your only option, they will defend your position and interests in court.
There’s no set timeframe to resolve a commercial property dispute. How long it takes depends on a number of factors, including the circumstances of the transaction and the methods used to resolve the dispute. Alternative dispute resolution practices such as mediation and arbitration can yield faster results than litigation, making it better to seek an amicable solution wherever possible.
Seeking assistance from experienced commercial property litigation lawyers offers you the best possible chance of securing a positive result. They will work with you throughout the process to provide a tailored solution designed to reach your goals, while being open about your position.
If you’re looking for proactive and pragmatic commercial property dispute advice, get in touch with our team today.