Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes
- Adverse Possession, Boundaries and Easements
- Agricultural Tenancies
- Business Tenancy Renewal
- Commercial Landlord and Tenant Disputes
- Contracts of Sale, Options and Rights of Pre-emption
- The Electronic Communications Code
- Estoppel and Equitable Rights
- Land Registration
- Leasehold Enfranchisement
- Mortgages, Charges, Charging Orders and Securitisation
- Nuisance and Environmental Disputes
- Party Walls
- Property Development
- Rating and Valuation
- Residential Tenancies
- Restrictive Covenants
- Rights to Light
- Squatters and Protesters
- Trusts of Land
- Village Greens, Commons and Manorial Rights
At Landmark we have always recognised that there are a wide variety of different types of dispute which can arise from the occupation of commercial property. We are recognised as providing to our clients the benefit of our vast experience of acting in all such disputes.
We both advise and appear for all types of landlord and tenant, from the largest institutional investors to the smallest shopkeepers.
We have acted in relation to every type of commercial property: offices; shops; supermarkets; pubs; factories; warehouses; advertising hoardings; railyards; docks and jetties.
We offer expertise at all levels covering disputes relating to rent review; break notices; licence to assign or underlet; AGAs; forfeiture; squatters and protesters and insolvency.
Landmark’s barristers have been involved in many high-profile recent cases in this area including:
- Warborough Investments v Lunar Office;
- Timothy Taylor v Mayfair House;
- Arnold v Britten;
- Both original cases in the “AGA saga” (Good Harvest v Centaur and KS Victoria Street v House of Fraser).