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Litigation & Disputes

Are you a landlord seeking to obtain possession of your property?

Wednesday, 09 May 2018 | posted in Litigation & Disputes

Most tenancies are granted on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. Landlords may wish to evict a tenant to simply regain possession of their property.

When should a creditor consider bankruptcy?

Friday, 17 November 2017 | posted in Litigation & Disputes

In appropriate cases the threat of bankruptcy (by serving a statutory demand) can be a swift and forceful method of debt collection. While bankruptcy may have lost much of its historic stigma...

What can I do about my noisy neighbour?

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 | posted in Litigation & Disputes

If your neighbour is making a noise which is causing a nuisance, you can report the matter to your local authority. They will investigate and they may serve an Abatement Notice...

Can I be charged a fixed amount for overstaying my parking on private land?

Thursday, 27 November 2014 | posted in Litigation & Disputes

The law recently changed following a Supreme Court decision arising out of an £85 parking fine in Chelmsford. Parking notices and commercial contracts often specify a sum that should be paid if the contract is breached.