Residential property disputes

Property disputes affect landlords and tenants whether in relation to rent arrears or service charges, disrepair or disputes over deposit protection.

Home owners can be affected by boundary disputes or disputes over easements and rights of way.

Property disputes can be costly and time consuming. Problems which are not dealt with may mean a property cannot be sold, a sale is delayed or a landlord may not be able to recover possession of their property.

Seeking legal advice early on is key to avoiding unnecessary delay and costs.

Residential property disputes affect homeowners, landlords and tenants

  • The Property Dispute Team has expertise in a wide range of disputes including recovery of rent arrears and possession, disrepair, protection of deposits, service charge disputes, boundary disputes, issues relating to party wall matters, rights of way and easements.
  • The Team can quickly identify the problems a client is facing, outline the options available and the likely costs of dealing with the matter and also identify any areas where the client may be at risk and provide a solution to this.
  • Property disputes can be a minefield of obligations and procedures and if a particular date is missed or a procedure is not undertaken this can result in penalties being incurred.  Where a dispute has arisen, the earlier advice is sought the earlier a resolution may be put in place.

Choose Furley Page as your property dispute solicitors

We are recognised by Chambers UK and The Legal 500 for our expertise in advising on property disputes.

We have extensive experience with County Court, High Court and Court of Appeal cases, as well as Land Registry adjudication proceedings, mediation, and other forms of dispute resolution.

We offer a Fixed Price Possession Service for landlords.

If you’d like to find out more about our property dispute services, contact Jeremy Ferris.

 

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