Commercial and Property Disputes

We know that any kind of active or ongoing dispute can be damaging for your business, causing disruptions, and meaning that it's hard to carry on with day-to-day operations.

More about Commercial and Property Disputes

However, when this dispute is regarding property that may be owned or even occupied by your business or organisation, then this can be especially difficult to manage. It is important that you seek expert legal assistance as soon as possible, so that you can reach a resolution.

At Forbes Solicitors, our team of commercial property dispute solicitors have been able to help clients successfully navigate disputes and minimise the damage done to their business. By understanding their personal objectives and unique situation, we provide a bespoke legal service unlike any other.

What is commercial property dispute resolution?

What is commercial property dispute resolution?

This is the process of finding a solution for an ongoing or active dispute between a landlord or property owner and a commercial tenant, acting fast to make sure that any damage is minimised. Finding a resolution can mean finding an agreement that provides the tenant with an extended rental period, making sure they are given compensation if there is a breach in agreement, or even seeing that there is alternative property provided.

What causes commercial property disputes?

What causes commercial property disputes?

Due to the individual nature of property disputes, there can be many reasons why one occurs however, common causes include:

Breach of Tenant/Landlord Agreement Insolvency Negligence Trespassing Property Development

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How are property disputes settled?

How are property disputes settled?

There are a variety of approaches that can be used when trying to settle a property dispute, but the overall aim is to find a method that helps minimise collateral damage and reach a resolution as quickly as possible. It is best to try and avoid the dispute going to court as this can take much longer, as well as incur costly expenses. Therefore, many choose to use alternative dispute resolution methods such as negotiation, arbitration, and mediation.

What services do we offer?

What services do we offer?

We have a variety of different services when it comes to property dispute resolution and can offer years of experience in this area of law. This includes offering advice and support during a rent review, assessing agreements to see what you are entitled to, contending claims of disrepair and boundary disputes, evaluating planning permission, and much more.

Why choose our property dispute solicitors?

Our property dispute solicitors are experienced in helping businesses find resolutions for any active disagreements, so that disputes can be solved efficiently and minimal damage to the business is caused. At Forbes Solicitors, we can provide you with high quality legal professionals who specialise in property disputes and are trained in methods of conflict resolution. Get in touch with our expert team to find out more.

Our dedicated Property Litigation team

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Senior Associate, Head of Department, Property Litigation

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Paralegal, Property Litigation

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