When it comes to property matters, things don’t always go according to plan. When complications arise, it is essential you work with a legal team that can react quickly, adapt your changing needs and give clear, tactical advice. For expert legal advice for your business call our property litigation solicitors at Taylor&Emmet on 0114 218 4000 or contact us online.
If a property dispute is inevitable, the property litigation team at Taylor&Emmet will work hard to resolve your dispute as quickly and as cost effectively as possible. We do this using negotiation, arbitration and mediation, but if necessary we will use court action and we have a hard fought reputation for being tough and assertive.
But, like you, we would rather property disputes didn’t happen. We offer early advice and assistance, so problems can be avoided or resolved before they develop into formal action.
Our property litigation unit represents a diverse range of commercial and individual clients operating in a variety of industries. Particular emphasis is placed on property investors, retail and restaurants, real estate, financial institutions, regeneration bodies and housing associations. We undertake all types of property work including:
- Creditor support
- Consent to assignments, underlettings, change of use
- Dilapidations and improvements
- Distress and notices under section 6 of the Law of Distress Amendment Act 1908
- Enforcing covenants
- Insolvency related landlord and tenant matters
- Negligence of property professional
- Rent reviews
- Renewal of business leases
- Service charge disputes
Our property litigation unit represents a diverse range of commercial and individual clients operating in a variety of industries. Particular emphasis is placed on property investors, retail and restaurants, real estate, financial institutions, regeneration bodies and housing associations.
- General property management queries
- Rent arrears
- Service of notice under the Housing Act 1985 and 1988
- Proceedings for possession, demotion of tenancy and anti-social behaviour injunctions
- Enfranchisement under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967
- Security of tenure issues (including those relating to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part 1 and Rent Act 1977)
- Issues/disputes arising out of service occupancies
- Adverse possession/squatters
- Enforcement of covenants and easements
- Boundary disputes
- Land Registry procedures and Lands Tribunal matters