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Commercial property disputes law

"Their knowledge and speed of reply are excellent and inspire great confidence in the handling of the case"

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Costly disputes involving commercial property may affect your investment if you are a landlord or your livelihood if you are a tenant.

Our commercial property litigators provide quick and cost-effective advice to landlords on what to do if a tenant gets behind with the rent or goes bankrupt or becomes insolvent, fails to carry out repairs or does not comply with the terms of the lease.

We also advise commercial tenants who are concerned about rising business costs and how to tackle them, or what to do if a landlord fails to comply with its obligations under the lease.

Property litigation is not just about taking court action when there has been a default by one party but acting as trusted advisors and giving expert guidance to help avoid problems before they arise and deal with them quickly and cost effectively when they do.

We offer a full-service to assist landlords and tenants, covering all legal aspects of owning, renting or managing a commercial property. We provide legal advice on the terms of the lease but also take action when things go wrong and can issue court proceedings where necessary and advise on the recovery of monies under the lease via various commercial means.

Our real estate litigation practice is recommended for client service in the latest edition of The Legal 500 and Chambers UK.

Regional heavyweights

B P Collins LLP is celebrating a double success after being named as a “regional heavyweight” by The Legal 500 league tables and achieving top tier status in an unprecedented six practice areas.

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