We advise commercial landlords, developers, landowners, property investors , property management companies and property occupiers on how to resolve commercial property disputes quickly and efficiently.
Although legal proceedings are still the default method of resolving contract disputes, they are one of many ways of doing so. This article looks at the various ways of resolving disputes and the considerations for deciding which is most appropriate.
A lot of contract disputes can be prevented by proper planning at the outset of an agreement. By following these simple top tips, whether you are an individual or a business, you can seek to avoid subsequent contract disputes.
Neighbour disputes often develop in circumstances in which one party intends to undertake building works to fences, walls or buildings that are in common or are in close proximity with their neighbour’s land.
A recent boundary dispute in the Court of Appeal has provided a useful reminder not only of the Court’s approach in boundary disputes, but also of the relevance of the “hedge and ditch” rule is establishing the position of a boundary.