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  • Overview

    The Property Disputes Team recently assisted a developer client who was in the process of developing a multi-million residential scheme with an on site community facility.

    In order for the scheme to proceed, our client was obliged to enter into a section 106 agreement with the Local Authority that required the variation of the route of a private right of way where the consent of at least one person to the diversion would not be obtained.  

    We devised a strategy for the re-routing of the private way in such a way that nullified the risk of any claims against our client and produced a solution that satisfied the Local Authority, and which in turn enabled the planned scheme to proceed.
     

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    Dispute Resolution

    Our team of experienced and highly specialist lawyers includes experts in contractual, commercial and international disputes, insolvency, shareholders’, directors and partnership disputes, in disputes arising from construction/engineering projects and we also act for clients seeking to protect or defend intellectual property/IT rights.

    Property disputes including landlord & tenant

    The property world is highly diverse meaning disputes can arise in all shapes and sizes. Our team of property dispute lawyers pride themselves on their versatility to act for all types of clients, discussing their problems in clear language without unnecessary legal jargon in order to get the result they want. We don't impose standard solutions but our extensive knowledge of the property landscape means that we can give well informed advice geared to our clients’ specific needs both present and future.

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