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Property Dispute Resolution

Whether you have an issue with commercial or residential property, we have specialist property litigation solicitors to advise you.  Lodders’ expert and effective Property Dispute Resolution team is fully committed to providing an excellent service and supporting you to help you to tackle and resolve your issues.

Commercial property dispute resolution

Our expert solicitors advise companies, partnerships, charities, RSL’s and individuals on all issues relating to property and land.  We also advise syndicates, investors, trustees and developers.

Residential property dispute resolution

Our expert solicitors are able to advise you on all matters that may arise relating to residential property.  We advise private individuals regarding issues relating to their home or investment properties, as well as companies, partnerships, farmers, charities and Councils.  We also advise Trustees, retailers with flats about their units and act for tenants of any of the above.

Expert property litigation advice

The head of our team, Jane Senior, is top ranked by Chambers Legal Directory and was commended as a “tenacious litigator”.  She has nearly 30 years of experience in advising on property issues.

She is extremely commercial and fast, and particularly good when things get urgent” (Chambers and Partners)

For help or advice on bringing or defending a property-related dispute, please contact Jane Senior on 01789 206149, or any member of the team detailed below. We would be pleased to discuss how we can help you.

Meet the Team

Vicky Khandker
Senior Associate
Victoria Longmore
Senior Associate
Michael Orlik
Consultant

Updates

07 Jan 2019
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