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Property disputes

Dealing with property issues can sometimes be complex - particularly when other parties are involved. That’s why contracts exist to help things run smoothly. And whether you own or rent property, at some stage you will probably enter into a contract with another party.

Most of the time a contract serves to ensure that each party understands their rights and responsibilities and helps protect everyone involved. However, disagreements can arise and there may be a dispute about the terms of a contract. When this happens, it’s a good idea to seek legal advice to help you understand the terms of the contract and resolve whatever issues you are facing.

At QualitySolicitors, our experienced team of property solicitors regularly help homeowners and tenants resolve contract disputes. This could be a dispute with a mortgage lender, a landlord, an insurance company, or a service provider such as a builder or utility provider.

Whatever situation you are facing, we’ll help you take control and resolve disputes as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our housing solicitors are experts in all areas of property law and are here to provide the help and guidance you need. With our free initial assessment promise, you can chat to us about your own particular case with no obligations, so please call us on 02392 801 102 to find out how we can help you.

Offices in Eastleigh and Fareham.

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    • Posted on July 13, 2015
      The Lord Chief Justice, the country’s most senior Judge, has questioned whether the dock is ‘really necessary’ during Court appearances. It has been suggested that Defendants sit with their legal team in the main part of the Courtroom rather than being required to sit in the dock.
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    • Posted on April 27, 2015
      The Right to Buy scheme offers a discounted solution for individuals who, currently residing in a Housing Association property, wish to purchase the property. There is criterion in place to adhere to in order to qualify for such a scheme as well as a number of further stipulations in relation to selling the property after purchase. The latter they enforce as to lessen the chances of the scheme being abused - one method of which is by some/all of the total discount being made payable if they are selling within 5 years of a Right to Buy purchase.
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    • Posted on March 26, 2015
      Following a consultation in December 2013 regarding proposals to increase court fees in a number of areas, including money claims (with a value specified and unspecified), commercial proceedings, hearings (fast and non-fast track) and divorce proceedings, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced an increase in fees for claims from 9 March 2015. It is also consulting on fee increases for possession claims, applications without notice or consent and applications on notice with consent (where the other party is aware and/or has agreed).
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