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Commercial property disputes

The commercial property dispute solicitors at Stephensons work with landlords, tenants of commercial premises and property developers to resolve a variety of property related issues. For advice in relation to a property dispute contact us on 01616 966 229.

All businesses occupying business premises under a lease could encounter complex legal issues when either their lease terminates or when renewing a lease. By seeking our assistance at the early stage, or before a dispute arises these issues can often be resolved without unnecessary expense and disruption to your business.

Stephensons can advise and assist both landlord and tenants in all property related disputes including; dilapidation and disrepair, breach of covenants, forfeiture and lease renewals.

We are experienced in unusual cases, advising property owners matters such as possesory title issues and restrictive covenants.

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Areas of specialism

  • Dilapidation
  • Lease renewal
  • Notices to terminate – landlord and tenant
  • Breach of covenants
  • Adverse possession claims
  • Forfeiture cases
  • Rent review arbitration
  • Outstanding rent
  • Disrepair
  • Notice to terminate lease
  • Mortgage possession claims
  • Restrictive covenant issues
  • Trespass claims
  • Party wall disputes
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