• Property Litigation

Property Litigation

Property is a valuable asset and something you want to protect. Whether a landlord, tenant, or homeowner you want to ensure things run smoothly and that your asset, tenancy or home is protected from unlawful interference.

The Property Litigation team at DJM, led by Director Russell Price, recognises the need to act quickly and effectively when interests in property are at stake. By using our considerable technical experience we provide tactical advice and ensure swift action is taken to protect an asset at risk. Our Property Litigation clients cover the entire spectrum of property owners from homeowners with boundary disputes to commercial entities with large property portfolios. We also advise business and residential tenants.

The team act for a wide range of property clients including Property Developers, Estate Agents, Landlords across the United Kingdom. We are also appointed to the National Procurement Services Legal Framework in Civil Litigation.

Within DJM’s Property Litigation team we have a wealth of experience across numerous sectors, including:

  • Landlord and Tenant Act
  • Lease renewals and objections under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954
  • Break notices
  • Landlords consents
  • Dilapidations
  • Forfeiture and applications for relief from forfeiture
  • Possession claims (residential and business properties)
  • Service charge issues
  • Breach of tenant covenant including claims for rent arrears
  • Property disputes
  • Rights of way claims and easement disputes
  • Claims on breach of restrictive covenants
  • Trespass proceedings
  • Boundary disputes
  • Party Wall Act disputes

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