The Property Litigation Association together with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and supported by the Civil Justice Council, has set up The Boundary Mediation Service, made up of lawyers, surveyors, and mediators highly knowledgeable in the field of boundary and neighbour disputes.
The new offering gives neighbours the opportunity to seek an out of court resolution of their boundary dispute. Saving stress, risk, time, and expense. Parties are able to manage the negotiation process in a less volatile, more proactive manner, alongside the neutral mediator who aims to reach a suitable outcome for all.
If mediation sadly does not rectify the problem, Griffin Law is able to deal with all elements of property and land disputes, which include:
• Development and planning issues
• Construction, contractor, and sub-contractor disputes
• Failed or disputed joint venture projects
• Agreements relating to developments
• Boundary issues
• Disputes involving rights or restrictions (such as easements and covenants)
• Contractual agreements regarding land
The areas above give a basic outline of how some of these disputes can arise, but due to the often-complex nature of the matters, you should contact our team either via email or on 01732 525923, to discuss your matter in detail.
Griffin Law is a niche firm of innovative, proactive, tenacious and commercially-minded lawyers. We pride ourselves on our close client relationships, which are uniquely enhanced by our transparent fee guarantee and a commitment to share the risks of litigation. If you have any specific questions regarding boundary and neighbour disputes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01732 52 59 23.
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