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Property Disputes

Property & Construction

Recommended by the Legal500, our specialist team of property solicitors deliver expert advice on a range of commercial property matters. With Property solicitors in Preston, Clitheroe, Kendal, Lancaster and Garstang…

Coronavirus – Do my obligations under a…

Harrison Drury’s Chloe Harrison looks at how coronavirus may impact on lease agreements between landlords and tenants. Due to recent developments globally, in the UK some businesses have remained open…

Construction Disputes

Our construction dispute resolution team have an array of experience in assisting our clients to anticipate and prevent construction disputes before they take form, as well as providing expert advice…

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Trainee Solicitor

Opposing a lease renewal – Supreme Court…

Hayley Bamber, property litigation lawyer at Harrison Drury, looks at a long-awaited Supreme Court judgment in S Frances Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd which has implications for both…

Agricultural Property Disputes

When it comes to the legal aspects of land, estates and rural matters, only a true specialist can help you achieve your objectives. With over 100 years’ experience in this…

Property & Construction Disputes

Whether you’re a commercial landlord or tenant, a residential landlord, a home owner or a contractor, our specialist team can steer you through any type of property dispute by providing…

Development & Construction

At Harrison Drury our team of specialist construction lawyers deal with property law for all kinds of developments throughout England and Wales. We have an in-depth knowledge of the property market…

What does The New Electronics Communications Code…

After receiving the Royal Assent in April 2017, The New Electronics Communication Code has now come into force, as of 28 December 2018. Rhian Hawkins from Harrison Drury solicitors explores…

Insecurity of tenure for business tenants

Property litigation lawyer Laura Hallett Lea examines a recent high court decision which considered whether a landlord’s proposed development was contrived with the sole aim of forcing out a tenant.…

The impact of new legal review on…

Lord Justice’s Jackson’s long awaited (further) review of civil litigation costs has finally been delivered. Laura Hallett Lea, associate in the property litigation team at Harrison Drury, explores the report…

Challenging and enforcing restrictive covenants

A restrictive covenant affecting freehold land usually restricts the use of its land in some way for the benefit of another's land. There are generally two types of covenant affecting…

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