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  • Overview

    Thomson Snell & Passmore acted for private individuals who wanted to upgrade the electricity supply to their property in a prominent town in the South West. The existing supply was not fit for purpose and was a risk to their insurance cover if left unaddressed.

    A dispute arose with our clients’ neighbours as to our clients’ right to use or access the electricity cable that had the potential to render our clients’ property unusable.

    The team successfully negotiated with the neighbours a resolution that resulted in a new cable being installed in an agreed location under an agreed plan of works with clearly defined rights thereby improving the previous position.

  • Related Services

    Property disputes including landlord & tenant and boundary disputes

    We represent clients in all forums including the High Court and County Court, Lands Tribunal, and the First-Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).  All of our property specialists are members of the Property Litigation Association and we have strong working relationships with specialist surveyors and experts, as well as Chancery barristers. Above all, we recognise that the property world is a business in which personal relationships count and we fully address the human as well as the legal dimension of any problem.

Alison Sparks

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