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Building and boundary Disputes Solicitors-East London

Boundary Disputes

Boundary disputes can cause immense stress to residential homeowners – and resolving disputes over boundaries usually requires the services of a boundary dispute solicitor to trace the history of each property. Most boundary disputes have to be resolved by the instruction of an expert who will consider the Title Deeds to the properties and various other indicators

More commonly, refurbishment of a residential property is the cause of major boundary disputes, with ground and upper floor extensions – as well as basement extensions beneath a neighbour’s property – frequently resulting in a boundary dispute or a party wall dispute.

If you’re having a dispute with a neighbour over the boundary between your properties, it is important that you seek independent and experienced legal advice in order to determine your rights and resolve the dispute quickly and painlessly. Call us Now..!!!

Building Disputes

When you purchase a new build property, you expect the finish to be flawless and you certainly don’t expect to encounter structural problems. If you’ve discovered at a later stage defects in the foundations like subsidence, uncovered issues with damaged walls and floors, or simply feel the overall workmanship standards are poor, then you can take action.

We are able to prepare surveys of buildings which are the subject of disputes, quickly and cost effectively. It is important to seek legal advice about building disputes as soon as possible from a specialist property dispute solicitor,

Housing Disrepair

Disputes involving property repairs can be a nightmare for landlords and tenants. Our expert solicitors can advise social housing tenants and tenants in the private rental sector on taking action against a landlord for disrepair under Section 604 of the Housing Act 1985 (amended by the Local Government and Housing Act 1989).

Under the Housing Act, landlords have a legal duty to ensure that properties they rent out are fit for human habitation and Under Section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, landlords have a legal duty to keep properties they rent out in a reasonable state of repair and also in a safe condition.

Our expert solicitors in this field can help you get a fair outcome to your disputes or issues. Give us a call on 02031301747 or email us on info@legendsolicitors.org