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The property market can be unpredictable and one needs to be mindful of the commercial implications of changing trends in this sector. All businesses aim to work within their budgets and strive to keep costs at a minimum.
Unfortunately, this may lead to disputes such as commercial tenants failing to meet their rental payments and mortgage liabilities or using the property for proscribed purposes.
We advise a range of commercial freeholders, leaseholders, landlords and tenants in disputes to achieve an effective and mutually beneficial result with a view to preserving relationships. If Court action becomes necessary, we take the appropriate action in disputes relating to breaches of commercial leases, recovering rent and possession proceedings.
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Adverse possession refers to the process in law whereby ownership in land or property passes to someone who has been in ‘possession’ of it for a specified period of time. Adverse possession claims do not only arise in relation to residential property but can also be relevant to commercial property. We can provide you with advice and guidance if your commercial property is at risk of being occupied by squatters. We understand the importance of acting in a timely and efficient manner to ensure that your legal entitlements are not hindered.Find out more
Our commercial team at Saracens are specialists in dealing with building, construction and engineering disputes. We understand that these disputes can be extremely disruptive to many aspect of your business. We carefully consider all the circumstances surrounding the dispute and provide guidance on the most suitable strategy available. This may include considering alternative dispute resolution, mediation or arbitration.Find out more
Our experienced property litigation team can advise you on a wide range of commercial property disputes. We meticulously review each case to ensure we take the most effective course of action possible. Where there is no option other than taking the dispute through the courts, our team will take a vigorous approach to litigation.Find out more
Our experienced property team can assist with a wide range of landlord and tenant disputes. Our expertise in this area includes disputes relating to lease renewals, rent review, consents to assign or underlet, dilapidations and exit strategies. Our property litigation solicitors can assess the circumstances of your case and provide you with a clear prognosis of your matter. We will advise you on the best course of action to help minimise the effect of any dispute as we have experience in advising both landlords and tenants.Find out more
Neighbour and property disputes can be highly complicated and controversial. Even disagreements over ownership of small parts of a property, such as a wall or hedge, can be extremely complex and stressful. Our team will review all relevant information, such as title deeds, property documentation and photographs, and advise you on the strength of your position. We can then help you reach a resolution on matters.