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Bowling & Co advises a broad range of clients including landlords and tenants of commercial and residential properties on property disputes that occur across the whole of the UK.

We have a highly specialised and experienced team that understands the importance of being able to act quickly and decisively in protecting your property rights.

Property litigation matters are by their very nature stressful. Disputes can negatively harm you or your business by taking up your time, finances and energy, because of this, and whenever possible we advise clients on how to avoid disputes and reduce their overall exposure.

We are able to advise on a broad spectrum of property litigation issues including:

Possession proceedings
Lease extensions
Service charge and rent arrears
Dilapidations and repair proceedings
Forfeiture options
Rent reviews
Party Wall disputes
Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 matters
Service of section 146 notices
Compulsory Purchase Orders
Assignments and sub lettings
Trespass proceedings
Business tenancy renewals

Our approach to litigation is to deliver fast, decisive and cost-effective advice from the very outset of the dispute. We are mindful of the fact that property litigation can be expensive. We always offer a competitively priced service without compromising on quality. Costs are managed very closely and we keep you informed on a regular basis.

Where necessary our property litigation team will work closely with barristers and expert witnesses to ensure that your case is presented and argued in the most persuasive way.

Team Involved

Huseyin E. Huseyin

Senior Partner, Head of Commercial Property

Sebastian Jakubowski

Trainee Solicitor

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