Our Property Dispute Advice Services
If you’re currently involved in a conflict over property, our team is ready to help. The most common scenarios for which we offer services are:
- Boundary determinations
- Rights of way
- Ownership and possession claims
- Easements and covenants
- Drainage issues
- Trespassers / Squatters
- Building disputes
Our solicitors have the experience to appreciate that no two disagreements are quite the same. We provide advice and guidance tailored to your circumstances and are on hand every step of the way.
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Legal Advice for Property Disputes
Property disputes incorporate a wide range of scenarios. Whatever the nature of your disagreement, getting reliable advice from a property dispute lawyer could prevent a protracted and costly legal battle.
At Thursfields we take pride in providing clear, comprehensive guidance, and our experienced team will offer all of the practical information you need to understand your situation and available options.
No matter how complex your situation, we’ll communicate without jargon to clear up any uncertainty so you can make informed decisions.
Property Dispute Lawyers
If you’re looking for legal advice regarding a residential property dispute, our experienced team is here to help.
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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Property Dispute Advice
There are countless possible reasons for property disputes. They are usually complex, sensitive situations that can be time-consuming, emotionally draining, and costly. When looking for legal advice, it’s essential that you find an experienced residential property dispute solicitor who can give you an accurate and honest assessment of your legal footing.
At Thursfields, we know that conflicts over property often become more difficult and costly to resolve the longer they persist. Therefore, we’ll aim to get to the crux of your conflict quickly, making it easier to find a resolution that is in your best interests.
The individual circumstances of your case will drive our efforts to achieve the best possible outcome. We’ll pursue the most suitable strategy available, be that arbitration or court action.
Frequently Asked Questions
A property dispute is a conflict that can involve any form of real estate. Often where these disputes relate to residential properties they involve differences of opinion over land boundaries. Other commonly disputed subjects include rights of way or drainage, building damage, and liability for repairs to shared walls, buildings, and fences.
The most common types of property dispute include:
- Commercial Property Disputes: These disputes involve a commercial landlord and tenant.
- Family Property Disputes: Family property disputes often concern the breakdown in a relationship, a joint mortgage, or contested inheritance.
- Disputes Over Construction: Poorly handled construction projects that incur unexpected costs, payments, or delays will likely result in a dispute.
The key to resolving a property dispute early is open dialogue. If you are able to put aside your differences for long enough to talk about the situation, you might be able to avoid a long-winded and expensive path towards litigation.
However, if communication between parties has broken down irretreivably, you might consider alternative dispute resolution (ADR), such as mediation or arbitration. ADR will result in a binding decision that is more cost-effective than litigation. If you’ve exhausted all available alternatives, the only remaining option is to go to court.
Your rights and obligations are clearly detailed across a variety of documents related to your property. These documents may include; the tenancy agreement, lease, transfer of title, and other Land Registry documents. Your solicitor will need to refer to all of these documents to determine the validity of your case.
If you’re looking for specialist advice regarding a property conflict, get in touch with our residential property dispute solicitors today.