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Property & Construction Disputes

Dispute Resolution Solicitors in Preston, Lancashire and Kendal, Cumbria

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 you with a high quality and cost effective service.

We have an intrinsic interest in what our clients do and what they wish to achieve. We work closely with our clients, our colleagues in other departments and other experts alike, to devise a strategy which will enable us to best negotiate an outcome in line with our clients’ objectives.

Recommended by the Legal500, our experienced team has in depth and extensive knowledge of the property and construction sector, as well as Alternative Dispute Resolution methods such as Mediation, Arbitration and PACT, together with formal Court and Lands Tribunal proceedings.

Experts in Property Disputes

With one of the largest Commercial Property teams in Lancashire & Cumbria and many decades of experience acting for Commercial and Residential Landlords, Contractors, Home Owners and Tenants, our specialist Property Litigation team can help resolve your property dispute whilst deliver a very high quality service, resolving issues swiftly and with minimum disruption to you, or your business.

Recommended in the Legal500, our specialist Property and Construction team are trained in Alternative Dispute Resolution methods such as Mediation, Arbitration and PACT, together with significant experience of formal Court and Lands Tribunal proceedings.



We make it possible by advising you on:

  • Real Estate Property Disputes
  • Cohabitation Disputes
  • Mortgage Possession
  • Residential Landlord & Tenant Disputes
  • Commercial Landlord & Tenant Disputes
  • Contested and Opposed/Unopposed Lease Renewals
  • Property Business Disputes
  • Construction Contract Disputes
  • Agricultural Property Disputes
  • Professional Negligence
  • Contract Disputes

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