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Property & Construction Solicitors


Our property and Construction Litigation Solicitors bring a wealth of experience in representing clients in a range of property-related legal issues.

As a specialised property and Construction Litigation Law Firm, we focus on the following areas:

  • Adverse possession claims, where individuals seek to obtain ownership of land they’ve occupied for a certain period.
  • Beneficial ownership disputes, often arising in shared property situations where legal title does not reflect the true ownership interests.
  • Breach of contract claims related to property transactions, construction disputes involving disagreements over building works, and development disputes concerning property development projects.
  • Landlord and tenant litigation, including cases of rent arrears and forfeiture, where landlords seek to recover owed rent or reclaim possession of their property.
  • Possession claims, assisting in the recovery of land from unlawful occupiers.
  • Property-related professional negligence claims against property professionals whose services have fallen below the expected standard.
  • Service charge disputes between landlords and tenants over the costs of services provided to a property.
  • Claims under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (TLATA), which often involve disputes over the ownership and occupation of shared property.

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Construction Disputes

These disputes can arise from a variety of issues encountered during the planning, execution, and completion of construction projects. The role of our construction litigation lawyers includes Court representation, arbitration, mediation, and negotiation sessions.

Clients may include contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, developers, architects, engineers, construction workers, and property owners.


When these types of issues arise, we understand that that our clients want these matters to be dealt with swiftly and with the best outcome possible, which can include still maintaining a relationship between the parties.

Adjudication is a viable option to consider, and is appropriate for resolving claims relating to defects, delays, or disruptions of work, extensions of time for completing the work, or interim payments.

Adjudication enables parties to resolve construction contract disputes in a faster, more cost-effective manner when compared to arbitration or litigation.


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