Using property dispute solicitors

 

Disputes over property and land can take a number of forms and can occur between various parties. For example, you could find yourself in dispute with a neighbour or local authority over an easement, such as regarding access to or from your land or property. Disputes over easements and covenants may occur when land changes hands, or adjacent land is modified in some way.

Property dispute solicitors are generally experts in all forms of property law, including both residential and commercial property. Before using a solicitor you should always check whether they have dealt with a similar matter before.

Easements and covenants are particularly complex areas of property law. Disputes over ownership of property are also particularly complex, with substantial financial interests involved. When a number of people claim ownership, property dispute solicitors are often used to resolve the issues that have arisen. Often, property disputes can be settled out of court but, in some cases, the court system has to be used to find a solution according to law.

It is always advisable to use property dispute solicitors that are local to your area. They will have the knowledge and experience you need to successfully fight your case. Many land disputes are based on leases or covenants that can be decades old. It is beneficial if the solicitor that you use has knowledge of the local area and local authorities. This is where Caven can help you, as they can put you in touch with local property dispute solicitors who have experience with your particular matter.

If you would like to obtain legal advice about property law, Caven can put you in touch with a local specialist property law solicitor free of charge.  So, if you have any questions or would like our help in finding local property law solicitors please call us on 08001 221 2299 or complete the web-form above.

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