Commercial property disputes
Building works not up to scratch?
Problems over access or boundaries?
Disputes over commercial property can be time-consuming and expensive. This is a technical area of law, where sensitive handling is required to preserve ongoing working relationships, if possible.
At Myers and Co, our solicitors provide expert advice on resolving a wide range of freehold and leasehold property disputes, including:
- boundary disputes;
- lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954;
- claims concerning rights of way and covenants;
- dilapidations and disrepair claims;
- termination of leases and notices to quit;
- rent reviews;
- trespassing problems;
- adverse possession;
- rights of way;
- service charge disputes;
- nuisance actions;
- rent recovery;
- property related insolvency issues; and
- professional negligence relating to property.
Building, construction and engineering disputes
As advisors to members of the Federation of Master Builders in the North West region, we have a deep understand of all types of building and construction disputes. Having advised main contractors, sub-contractors, architects and surveyors we have the experience to select the most appropriate method to resolve your construction dispute and the tenacity to ensure the best possible result for your business.
The law offers a range of methods to resolve your property dispute such as
adjudication, litigation, arbitration and mediation. We will guide you on the best route for your individual circumstances and it may even be possible to settle your dispute without costly court proceedings.
For further advice on commercial property disputes or any other landlord and tenant problems, contact Richard Morgan in our commercial property department on 01782 525027 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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