Real Estate Litigation
Our real estate litigation practice acts for a variety of clients and provides expert advice on the full range of real estate related disputes as well as specialist guidance on landlord and tenant matters. We are specialist in real estate litigation.
Whatever the nature of your business, real estate will be an important part. Whether it is an investment, a product, a form of security or simply a place of work, no business is untouched by real estate. Few could truly function without it and for many it is a critical aspect of what they do. We are expert in real estate litigation.
The real estate market is always changing and facing the challenges of recovering from a global economic downturn. Businesses need lawyers who know the market, understand the commerciality of issues as well as the law, and will give advice tailored to a particular business need. The scope for disputes concerning real estate has increased.
We can assist you in tackling real estate litigation. We provide advice on all property issues including commercial and residential lease disputes. Our aim is always to provide high-quality legal advice through identifying our clients’ commercial objectives and developing strategies to achieve them.
Acting for both landlords and tenants gives us perspective and enables us to understand the key concerns and priorities of the other parties.
We advise property owners, landlords and tenants on a wide range of real estate disputes, including:
- Disputes about ownership.
- Disputes about the acquisition of property
- Disputes about contracts, leases and mortgages.
- Professional negligence.
- Insolvency and property.
- Joint venture disputes.
- Landlord and tenant.
- Repossession of property.
- Recovery of rent and service charges.
- Business tenancy disputes.
- Real estate litigation & other related matters.
We are also experienced in :
- Corporate disputes
- Commercial litigation
- IP disputes
- Shipping litigation
We offer a cost-effective service appropriate to the size and complexity of each case, and are prepared to consider alternative forms of funding if relevant.