Property Litigation

Whether you are a home owner, or a landlord property disputes are often unavoidable, arising out of anything, for example, from unclear or ambiguous deeds, negligent conveyancing, to a tenant’s failure to pay rent

Our property litigation team acts for a broad range of clients from home owners to landlords. We know that different clients have different objectives and varying levels of resources to devote to resolving a dispute. Because of our experience and expertise we can recognise and appreciate your needs and find a pragmatic solution, so as to minimise or remove any interference with your property interests. Where possible we will try to end any dispute without litigation.

We can help you:-

  • forfeit or take possession of either commercial or residential properties
  • recover rent or service charges
  • deal with dilapidations and disrepair issues
  • deal with other breaches of a lease
  • resolve issues relating to occupier’s liability/defective premises
  • rectify a mistake at the Land Registry
  • resolve disputes concerning rights of way, rights of light or disputes over easements and rights to park
  • resolve nuisance issues
  • resolve subsidence issues
  • seek an order for Sale of Property
  • bring a claim against Solicitors, surveyors or other property related professionals for negligence
  • purchase your freehold (enfranchisement)
  • make an applications to the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal
  • form a Right to Manage Company and serve all relevant notices
  • take action for trespass, adverse possession or recovery of possession from unlawful occupiers and squatters
  • resolve a purchaser/vendor dispute, including notices to complete and forfeiture of deposits
  • challenge or enforce freehold restrictive covenants
  • bring a claim because a property has been misdescribed
  • serve notice under the Party Wall Act or respond to a notice
  • resolve a boundary dispute


Kevin Lynch - The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors, Birmingham, Solihull

Kevin Lynch

Phone: +44 121 233 4333
Fax: +44 121 233 4546