Property is often one of the most valuable assets you might own. Whether it is a place of work, a home, an investment or a form of security, the importance of protecting any property asset cannot be understated. The rights which benefit your property or which might benefit the property of another can often be complex and require specialist advice to understand. When the rights attaching to your property are under threat from the actions of others, it is important for you to understand your options quickly and enforce them cost effectively.
At Mundays, we have a very experienced and dedicated team of property dispute resolution lawyers who act for a wide variety of clients in both the commercial and private sectors. We work hard to understand the property markets and connected industry sectors in which our clients operate and their commercial and personal concerns. Our experience enables us to get to the bottom of a particular problem, not just by focusing on the key legal issues involved but by understanding each individual client’s situation and their objectives.
We also work closely with our colleagues in Mundays’ Property Team when providing advice to our clients on strategies for managing their properties and seeking to avoid disputes.
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Mundays Property Disputes team is known for its diverse client base, with particular experience assisting house builders and developers with the full gamut of property litigation. Expertise includes landlord and tenant, lease renewal and forfeiture.
Mundays LLP’s practice acts for clients including BP, Octagon Developments and T M Lewin & Sons on disputes ranging from dilapidations to adverse possession claims. Key names include Stephen Morris, James Picknell and ‘technically strong’ and ‘pragmatic’ senior associate Nick Martyn.
The Legal 500 UK 2016
Mundays' has a respected team providing services across the full spectrum of property litigation. Advises large companies and individuals on issues including rights of way, rights of light, restrictive covenant and boundary disputes.
Chambers & Partners 2017