At Gorvins, we provide cost-effective advice and assistance for a wide range of clients involved in property disputes. From companies and partnerships to individuals, we deal with all aspects of property litigation and ADR, including negotiation, mediation, and arbitration.
Contact our specialist Property Litigation team today on 0161 930 5151, email email@example.com, or complete the enquiry form on our website, and one of our solicitors will contact you at a time that suits you.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in advising on the management of commercial property portfolios for both landlords and tenants. We deal with the whole range of landlord and tenant disputes, as well as wider property issues such as possession and forfeiture proceedings, boundary disputes, and lease renewal.
Other types of disputes we handle include
Property disputes are commonly resolved through negotiation, mediation, or arbitration. If these strategies are unsuccessful in resolving the matter, the dispute may progress to litigation within the courts.
Yes. However, it’s a legal requirement to declare any disputes when selling a house. Failure to declare a dispute when selling a property could result in legal repercussions, such as accusations of mis-selling.
Property disputes can be wide-ranging and multifarious, but they commonly arise out of disputes concerning rightful ownership, zoning issues, or situations where the activities of one property affect another.
Examples of such instances include:
Our experienced property dispute solicitors will help you understand your legal rights and responsibilities in various property disputes. We will guide you through the process and provide expert advice on the best course of action to protect your interests and achieve a favorable outcome.
Q: How long do property disputes typically take to resolve?
A: The duration of a property dispute depends on the complexity of the issue and the chosen method of resolution. Negotiation and mediation can often resolve disputes more quickly than litigation, which can take several months or even years to conclude.
Q: How can I avoid property disputes in the future?
A: Preventing property disputes often involves proactive measures such as clear communication, well-drafted contracts, and comprehensive property surveys. Engaging an experienced property solicitor to guide you through property transactions and agreements can also help to minimize the risk of future disputes.
Q: What are the costs involved in resolving property disputes?
A: The costs of resolving property disputes can vary widely depending on the dispute’s nature and the resolution method. Negotiation, mediation, and arbitration are generally less expensive than litigation. At Gorvins, we provide cost-effective advice and assistance tailored to your unique situation.
Q: What is ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) and how does it work in property disputes?
A: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to various methods of resolving disputes without resorting to litigation. Common ADR methods include negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. ADR can be more efficient, cost-effective, and less adversarial than court proceedings, making it a popular option for resolving property disputes.
Our team of property dispute solicitors at Gorvins is dedicated to providing exceptional legal services and client-focused support. With extensive experience in property litigation and ADR, we are well-equipped to handle a wide range of property disputes, from landlord and tenant issues to boundary disputes and more. Partner with us to ensure a successful resolution to your property dispute and safeguard your interests in future property transactions.
For more information or to speak to a member of our Property Dispute legal team, call us on 0161 930 5151, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete the enquiry form on our website. Our specialist solicitors are here to help you navigate the complexities of property disputes and provide expert guidance to achieve the best possible outcome.
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