Land and Property Development Disputes
We are leading property litigation Solicitors in Southampton and have built a wealth of experience in the practice.
Land and property development disputes are very common. There are many ways to handle such disputes including mediation or sometimes even going to court.
Our expertise extends to:
Service charge disputes
Service charge disputes are the main source of contention between leaseholders and their landlords. This covers costs of general repairs, maintenance, insurance, central heating, cleaning and lighting. Leaseholders have a statutory right to know exactly how the payments towards service charge are being spent. If you find yourself in a position where you were overcharged for services or are a landlord who is dealing with a difficult leaseholder, our Solicitors will advise you on your options.
Party walls are essentially a wall between two properties. A Party Wall Agreement is generally used by homeowners before they start building works such as loft conversions and home extensions. If you find yourself in a predicament with your neighbour over party walls, contact our Solicitors in Southampton as soon as possible.
Trespass is known as the unlawful occupation or interference with the property interests of another. We can help you with injunctions, damages and recovery.
Right of Light
Right of Light gives the landowner the right to receive light and is covered by the Prescription Act 1832. We can assist you with your case and put your interests first.
Dilapidation disputes arise when a lease expires, and a tenant has not kept the property to the standard expected by the landlord. Our Solicitors have dealt with some of the most complex cases concerning dilapidation disputes, and will assist you throughout the way.
For further information concerning land and property development disputes, please contact us on 023 8047 7625. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com. We can provide you with all the advice you need to assist you with your land and property development disputes.