The commercial property dispute solicitors at Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors work with and provide legal advice to landlords of commercial premises and property developers on a variety of commercial property dispute resolution issues.
It is important that correct and commercial legal advice is sought at the earliest opportunity.
For advice in relation to a property dispute, such as commercial property rent disputes or commercial property lease disputes, contact our property dispute specialists on 01904 624185.
By seeking our assistance at an early stage, or before a dispute arises, these issues can often be resolved without unnecessary expense and disruption to your business.
We advise and assist landlords in a wide variety of property related disputes including dilapidation and disrepair, break clauses, notices to terminate and lease renewals.
Our property dispute lawyers act regularly for commercial landlords, residential landlords and property developers with a portfolio of properties and we liaise closely with our commercial property lawyers in our Commercial Property team to ensure potential disputes are identified at an early stage.
What are the different types of property disputes?
We are experienced in common and uncommon cases of property disputes, advising property owners on matters such as for:
Landlord & tenant
- Notice to terminate
- Break clauses
- Non payment of rent
- Rent reviews
- Section 146 of the law of property act 1925
- Breach of terms of lease
- Lease renewal
- Holding over at the end of a lease
- Restrictive covenants
- Adverse possession
- Rights of way
- Breach of contract
How do you resolve a commercial dispute?
We will always try and avoid going to court if possible and aim to settle disputes through negotiation or mediation and arbitration.
But if going to court becomes the only way forward, we will use our experience and in-depth knowledge to give you the best chance of winning.
Landlords and property developers, contact our commercial property dispute solicitors today for help and advice on 01904 624185.