Dispute Resolution

Property Disputes

Property Disputes

We have extensive expertise and experience in acting for a wide range of clients including individuals, businesses, banks and other institutions, Trustees and charities and landowners.

Our dispute resolution team regularly advises on disputes in this area, including:

  • Disputes over construction & engineering projects
  • Lease renewal, extensions and rent reviews
  • Boundary and other neighbour disputes
  • Service charge disputes
  • Possession claims (commercial and residential)
  • Issues over restrictive covenants
  • Disputes over dilapidations
  • Claims over rent arrears or other breaches of covenant
  • Claims for adverse possession

Our experience encompasses claims in all levels of Court, including regularly appearing before the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).

As always we aim to provide a rapid and cost effective solution to the problem.  Often this will involve Alternative Dispute Resolution either by negotiation or Mediation.  Where however there is a need to litigate we are resolute in our determination to pursue the best possible outcome for our clients.

 

Dispute Resolution Experts

We identify our clients’ needs and tailor our work to each set of circumstances, providing high quality, cost effective advice. We are a multi-disciplinary practice and work collaboratively to provide a comprehensive service across all of our practice areas.

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David Draisey

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David Draisey

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Richard Kershaw

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Richard Kershaw

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Gregor Kleinknecht

Partner

Gregor Kleinknecht

Partner

Dominik Opaliński

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Dominik Opaliński

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Petra Warrington

Senior Associate

Petra Warrington

Senior Associate

Polly Atkins

Associate

Polly Atkins

Associate

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“Richard Kershaw is an absolute master of all the arts. He can be hard when that works, or gentle if that helps. And he still manages to retain a sense of humour. David Draisey is an imaginative as well as dedicated litigator. You do not want to see him on the other side”

The Legal 500 2021

Hunters “has the ability and expertise to carry the heaviest cases, while unusually retaining the flexibility and light-footedness to react swiftly and adeptly to the idiosyncratic demands of each client”

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