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Property Dispute Lawyers Glasgow & Scotland

Based in the heart of Glasgow our property team advise businesses, landlords, tenants and investors throughout Scotland. Property disputes can get complex and you need a legal team steeped in expertise. From the supreme court to the lands court, our property solicitors have unrivalled knowledge when it comes to property disputes. Taking proceedings to court is not always the answer but when it is you can be assured Jones Whyte will guide you through the process correctly.

What Counts As A Property Dispute?

Property disputes come under a wide umbrella including commercial property, residential property, boundary disputes, deposit disputes and land ownership disputes. Our team are experts in all property dispute disciplines and our wide client base reflects this. We work with a wide cross section of the industry including developers, contractors, tenants, landlords, private owners and contractors.

Commonly Asked Questions By Clients

  •  How do I deal with problematic tenants?
  • What belongs to me and what belongs to them?
  • Is there a way to stop my neighbours blocking access rights?
  • How to challenge landlord disputes?
  • Are they allowed to do that ?

 If any of the questions above apply to you then our property dispute team are on hand to help. Every property dispute is different but we will work out the best possible route to ensure you get the result you are looking for.

Is Property Litigation The Only Option ?

Litigation is not the only way to resolve a property disputes. These more informal methods are less time consuming and comparatively inexpensive. These options include

  • Mediation- where both sides voluntary use an external third party to reach a fair agreement
  • Negotiation- where discussions are entered in the hope to reach a solution that appeases both parties
  • Arbitration – an unbiased third part arbitrator evaluates both sides of the argument and makes a final legal binding decision.
  • Adjudication- an independent adjudicator evaluates both sides of the argument and makes a final legal binding decision.

 There is no doubt these methods are less drawn-out and cost effective. However in certain circumstances settling the dispute in court is the only way to resolve the dispute.

Property Litigation Services Across Scotland

Property litigation can be a complex process which requires an in-depth understanding of property law and legal procedure. Our team of experienced litigators understand how much our clients value a personal and well communicated service. We always aim to keep our clients fully informed and make sure everything is clearly explained in laymen terms.

Although based in Glasgow we provide property dispute services across Scotland and we are committed to delivering exceptional legal services to every corner of the country.

Contact Us Today  

If you are interested in any of our property dispute services then call us today on 0141 375 1222 or fill out our online form. Our property team are always on hand and we offer a free no obligation call to help explain the best options

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