Commercial Property Disputes

Holmes & Hills’ commercial property and litigation teams work closely together to advise and represent clients with development sites, large commercial property portfolios, farming estates, commercial owner-occupiers, landlords and tenants alike in relation to a wide range of commercial property disputes.

Holmes & Hills Solicitors has expertise in successfully representing commercial clients in relation to:

  • Development agreement disputes and site assembly issues
  • Exercising break options
  • Dilapidations claims
  • Dealing with unlawful occupiers or squatters
  • Business lease renewals
  • Forfeiting leases
  • Relief from Forfeiture
  • Sub-letting
  • Service charge disputes
  • Rights of way
  • Establishing site boundaries
  • Trespass
  • Adverse possession claims
  • Nuisance claims
  • Breach of covenants
  • Applications to discharge or modify restrictive covenants

The legal advice and representation you receive will be strategic, practical and cost effective. Your property litigation lawyers will seek to ensure your interests are protected and that the dispute you face is resolved in your favour, as quickly and as cost effectively as possible.

It is crucial that you seek advice at an early stage so that you are fully aware of your options and action can be taken to protect your interests as quickly as possible. 

Getting advice on a commercial property dispute

Call us on 01206 593933 today to speak with one of our property litigators.
Or send an email
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