Our experience and expertise extends to disputes arising from all aspects of conveyancing and includes all forms of dispute resolution, dispute avoidance and advisory work in this area. We act for a wide range of parties in a wide range of contexts, from private individuals involved in domestic conveyancing disputes to national housebuilders and major commercial developers.
Landmark’s experience and expertise covers disputes arising at all stages for the conveyancing process, including: misrepresentation and misdescription; specific performance; rescission, repudiation and frustration; actions for the recovery of deposits; penalties; disputes as to adequacy of title; disputers relating to the delivery of vacant possession; disputes as to completion; identity theft and fraud; the effects of intervening insolvency, including escheat; estoppels arising from the conveyancing process; informal boundary agreement; and actions in respect of solicitors’ undertakings, including under the Code for Completion.
We can also offer advice on the conveyancing process, excluding the taxation aspects thereof.
Landmark’s barristers have been involved in many high-profile cases in this area including:
- Almacantar (Marble Arch) SARL & Anor v The Railway Pension Exempt Unit Trust  EWHC 2385
- Pall Mall 3 Ltd v. Network Rail
 2 P&CR 11
- Pall Mall 3 Ltd v Network Rail & Anor
 EWHC 1835
- P&P Property Ltd v Owen White & Catlin LLP / Dreamvar (UK) Ltd v. Mishcon de Reya  EWCA Civ 1082
- Gorst & Anor v Knight  EWHC 613
- Nata Lee Ltd v Abid & Anor  EWCA Civ 1652
- Cohen v Tesco Properties Ltd & Anor  EWHC 2442
- Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd v British Telecommunications Ltd  EWCA Civ 553
- Scmlla Properties Ltd. v. Gesso Properties (BVI) Ltd.  BCC 793.