Freehold Property Dispute
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A practical and useful guide to resolving disputes relating to freehold properties, including shared freehold disputes and freehold covenant issues.

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Overview

A practical and useful guide to resolving disputes relating to freehold properties, including shared freehold disputes and freehold covenant issues.

Whether acting for the claimant or the defendant, this practical and useful legal publication will assist practitioners in the resolution of freehold property disputes.

The many issues considered include nuisance, trespass, boundary issues, breaches of covenants, and ownership disputes such as shared freehold disputes.

There is detailed coverage of the pre-action protocols and practice directions, alternative dispute resolution, and offers to settle. When settling a dispute early is no longer an option, the publication will take the practitioner through issuing proceedings and responding, default and summary judgment, case management, disclosure, and trial.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Letters before action and responses;
  • Example content for particulars of claim;
  • Example content for defences;
  • Letters about the boundary disputes protocol;
  • Scaffolding licence;
  • Crane oversailing licence; and
  • Deed of release of restrictive covenants.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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