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Property Disputes Solicitors

At Wells Burcombe, we understand that property disputes can be unpleasant and complicated. We also appreciate you’ll want to find a resolution as quickly as possible and to keep costs down.

Our solicitors will work quickly and guide you through the process, relieving the burden during this stressful time.

Property disputes often arise between neighbours, or landlords and tenants. Our experienced property dispute lawyers advise on all forms of property disputes including:

  • Neighbour disputes
  • Boundary disputes
  • Landlord and tenant issues including rent reviews, lease renewals, breach of covenants, possession claims and service charge disputes
  • High hedges
  • Party wall issues
  • Claims to force or avoid the sale of a property (i.e. an Order for Sale)
  • Excessive noise disputes
  • Disputes relating to the enforceability of a covenant
  • Land Registry issues
  • Parking and driveway disputes (i.e. rights of way)

It is vital you seeking legal advice at an early stage. This will minimize the risk of you becoming embroiled in a lengthy and complicated litigation matter involving your property. Also, by seeking legal advice early on, you are in a better position to protect your property and help minimize legal costs.

Where possible we will look to settle the dispute outside of court through negotiation, arbitration or mediation. This will help to avoid costly court fees. However, if that is not possible we will provide you with robust representation to make sure we get the best result for you.

Our solicitors have considerable experience helping homeowners, landlords and tenants with a variety of property issues. We can also offer fixed fees so you know exactly how much it will cost you, taking away uncertainty during a complicated time.

Need advice on a Litigation or Dispute matter?

Contact us today for a free initial consultation in London (West Drayton) on 01895 449288 or in Hertfordshire (St Albans) on 01727 840900 or by email.