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Here you will find useful resources relating to real estate litigation. If you would also like to know more about our real estate litigation team just click on the link.
Litigation can be a distraction to your retail business, as well as a drain on management resources. Whether you are disputing a service charge bill or challenging a rent review, our team of experienced lawyers can offer straightforward advice and explain all of your options for alternative dispute resolution.
For the third year running, we are delighted to host this year’s Property Managers Association training session. Download slides from the event.
These regulations will apply from 2018. David Harris explains what the current proposals are for non-domestic properties and what the consequences will be for landlords.
To put maximum pressure on the landlord when applying for consent, the application itself is key.
Pamela shepherd give an overview of PACT, when you would consider applying it and highlights the key advantages and disadvantages which you should consider before a court referral.
First and foremost they understand our business and the speed we need to work at. They take a pragmatic view and, although it's not always a definitive black and white case, they always come to an amicable agreement with the other side.
They are technically excellent, commercially aware and user-friendly.
They really know their stuff.
They are exceptional, commercial and give you advice when you need it rather than sit on the fence.
They look at the bigger picture and are very much on the ball.
With the current publicity over the rating revaluation coming in next month alongside proposed changes to the appeals process, today’s Supreme Court decision will come as a relief to embattled ratepayers.
The Supreme Court has today unanimously upheld the Court of Appeal decision that where a tenant exercises a right to break a lease, no term should generally be implied that the landlord must reimburse…
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by 25 chalet tenants against the strict interpretation of the service charge provisions in their 99 year leases.
Effective management of your property assets is important as it is essential to have immediate and secure access to key information about your property interests.
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As a retailer we know that you will be spending thousands of pounds each year on training your teams to handle the legal aspects of their job, often through external courses which involve travelling and additional downtime.
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