Whether it is your home in Banbury, your business in Bicester, family member home in Brackley, a commercial investment in Buckingham, or your home on the other side of the UK we can help.
Your property is a highly prized (and often personal) asset which you would go to great lengths to protect and to fully protect your property, our property dispute solicitors will do just that. For that reason, disputes relating to property can often be a great of concern for those involved.
At Spratt Endicott Property Dispute Solicitors in Banbury, Bicester, Buckingham, Brackley (operating nationwide), in assisting you with your property disputes our aim is to take the stress and hassle out of the dispute resolution process by identifying the key issues and, perhaps more importantly, the outcome you are hoping to achieve at an early stage. Using this we then work in partnership with you to agree and implement the best and most effective strategies to achieve that goal using alternative forms of dispute resolution where appropriate. Where necessary, we draw on the expertise of our Commercial Property and Residential Property Departments to provide our clients with a comprehensive and tailored service.
Our property disputes solicitors provide advice on:
Lease termination, including forfeiture, surrender, break notices and notices to quit
Dilapidations, alterations and repair
Business lease renewals (both contested and uncontested)
Recovery of rent and service charge (both in the commercial and residential sectors)
Rights of light
Restrictive covenants and overage
Complex rent reviews
Applications for consent (including to assign or underlet or for alterations or change of use)
Contractual disputes (including actions for misrepresentation and arising from property contracts, agreements for lease and agreements for the sale and purchase of land)
To learn more about Property Disputes and how our property dispute solicitors can help you, please contact Kyle Wyness on 01295 204135 or email email@example.com to get in touch at our Banbury, Bicester, Buckingham and Brackley offices.
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