Dispute Resolution

Changes to Section 21 and No Fault Eviction

The ‘no fault eviction’, also known as the ‘Section 21 eviction’ provides landlords the right to repossess a property, even if there has been no problem with the tenant. The right to possess property has provided landlords with a peace of mind, ultimately knowing that they can regain possession of their rental property with a

Dispute Resolution

DEBT RECOVERY: PRE-ACTION PROTOCOL

The pre-action protocol applies to a business, including a sole trader or public body (a “creditor”) that seeks to claim recovery of a debt from an individual (including a sole trader) such as an unpaid invoice or loan.  The Debt Protocol only applies where another specific pre-action protocol does not apply (for example, mortgage arrears)

Dispute Resolution

Guide to the UK litigation process for business

Doing business includes not only activities for the purpose of achieving profit, but also inextricably linked with various negotiations and disputes. An open discussion is usually that is needed to deal with situation or solve the issue amicably. Nevertheless, if you are unable to resolve the differences yourself and a dispute arises between you and

Dispute Resolution

Noisy Neighbours

Having noisy neighbours is a common problem, but what constitutes a nuisance noise is not always straight forward. Nuisance noise can come in a variety of forms: • Arguments • Loud or bass-heavy music • TVs • DIY projects • Moving furniture • Alarms • Ball games • Dogs barking • Door slamming No house

Dispute Resolution

Boundary disputes with neighbours

One of the most common disputes between neighbours is the boundaries between their properties. Boundary disputes can be in relation to commercial, residential and agricultural land. Residential boundary disputes are the most common. We are often asked to help clients with boundary wall disputes or with issues relating to boundary fence ownership. Get help as