Property Solicitors: Land & Property Disputes

Your dispute, our solutions.

Property disputes can be wide-ranging and can involve disputes that relate to, but are not limited to, property investors, landlords, and local authorities. These disputes can be time-consuming to address and can also cause distrust and disconnect between the parties. It is our mission to provide you with cost-effective solutions that preserve business relationships whilst also asserting your commercial objectives.

Our Team can assist you in all matters relating to or surrounding the following areas of law: 

  1. Property management: to include landlord and tenant disputes. We are able to assist with liaising with agents to meet your needs, and advise you on the implications of your agreements with respective tenants
  2. Disrepair claims: to include issues relating to the local authority and social housing providers
  3. Possession claims: to include issuing possession proceedings to evict commercial and residential tenants
  4. Advice in relation to the assignment of leases


Our objectives are to ensure that your commercial interests are protected, whether this be advising you in relation to your interests in the aforementioned properties or advising you on how to minimise or mitigate any risks that may arise. 

Court proceedings can be expensive, time-consuming and also emotionally distressing. Our business focus is directed at ensuring you are provided with realistic resolutions and outcomes that are best suited to your needs. In most instances, we will advise you on the implications of settlement discussions at the early onset of your matter and to keep you fully apprised of the cost-benefit analysis in proceeding.

For commercial properties, we are able to advise commercial landlords on the implications of respective leases, and assist in property management to include, but not be limited to, rental management, rental arrears, assignment clauses and alienation clauses. 

Your business and commercial needs are always our priority, and our specialist team of contemporaneous lawyers are here to achieve the best solutions specifically for you. Any dispute will always have a solution.

Expert Property Dispute Solicitors

At KaurMaxwell: independent law firm, our team of property litigation solicitors is dedicated to offering expert legal advice and representation in all matters related to land and property disputes. With a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of property law, we are the go-to dispute solicitors for resolving complex cases.

Land Dispute Claims

Land disputes, whether they involve a neighbour or a landowner, can arise for various reasons, from boundary disputes to disagreements over land ownership. Our land disputes team is adept at navigating the intricacies of property law, ensuring your rights are protected and that you achieve a favourable resolution.

Residential Property Disputes

Owning a residential property comes with its own set of challenges. Whether you're facing leasehold disputes, boundary disagreements, or issues related to nuisance and negligence, our team is here to guide you through the legal process, ensuring that your interests are safeguarded.

Boundary Disputes

Disagreements over property boundaries, whether with a neighbour or a landlord, can be complex and emotionally charged. Our solicitors are experienced in handling boundary disputes, providing clear, pragmatic advice to help you resolve the issue efficiently and amicably.

Leasehold Disputes

Leasehold disputes can arise from a range of issues, from disagreements over service charges to breaches of lease terms. Our property dispute solicitors are well-versed in leasehold law, ensuring that you receive expert advice and representation.

Nuisance and Negligence

Issues related to nuisance and negligence can severely impact your enjoyment of a property. Whether you're facing issues related to noise, pollution, or other disturbances, our team, specialising in dispute resolution, is here to provide expert guidance and support.


Why Choose KaurMaxwell for Property Litigation Services?

  • Expertise & Recognition: Our property litigation experts are recognised leaders in their field, offering extensive knowledge in eesolving land & property disputes
  • Diverse & Comprehensive Expertise: The team at KaurMaxwell brings together diverse expertise in areas such as civil and commercial litigation, property law, employment, insolvency and restructuring law.
  • International Network: We collaborate with a vast international network of patent and trademark agents to meet our clients’ registration requirements globally.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is dispute resolution?

Dispute resolution refers to the methods and processes used to resolve conflicts or disputes between parties, such as negotiation, mediation, or litigation.

What is the difference between a property dispute and a land dispute?

While both terms are often used interchangeably, a property dispute typically refers to disagreements related to buildings or structures, while a land dispute focuses on issues related to the land itself.

How long does it take to resolve a property dispute?

The duration of a property dispute can vary based on the complexity of the case and the parties involved. Our solicitors aim to resolve disputes as efficiently as possible, prioritising amicable solutions.

Can I handle a property dispute without a solicitor?

While it's possible to handle some property disputes without legal representation, it's advisable to consult with a solicitor to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive expert guidance throughout the process.

What services do your property dispute solicitors provide?

 Our property dispute solicitors specialise in resolving land and property disputes, including issues such as neighbour disputes, easements, trespassing, and boundary disputes.

What is a landlord?

 A landlord is a person or entity who owns a property and leases it to another person, known as the tenant, in exchange for rent.

How can I resolve a dispute with my neighbour?

If you have a dispute with your neighbour, it is best to try and resolve the issue through open communication and negotiation. If this fails, you may need to seek legal advice and potentially involve a mediator or take the matter to court.

What is the Land Registry?

The Land Registry is a government department responsible for maintaining a register of land and property ownership in England and Wales. It provides information about property boundaries, ownership, and any registered interests or rights.

What is an easement?

An easement is a legal right that allows a person to use or access someone else's property for a specific purpose, such as a right of way or the right to access utilities.

What is the role of property dispute lawyers?

Property dispute lawyers specialise in handling legal disputes related to land and property, providing advice, representation, and assistance in resolving conflicts and protecting property rights.

How can I avoid future property disputes?

 To avoid future property disputes, it is important to have clear agreements and contracts in place, understand your rights and obligations, communicate openly with neighbours and tenants, and seek legal advice when necessary.