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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DISPUTE SOLICITORS BRIGHTON AND HOVE

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What is a commercial property dispute?

Commercial property dispute covers a wide variety of commercial legal disputes. These disputes range from boundary disputes to professional negligence of surveyors when purchasing a commercial property.

Each commercial property dispute can have equally as harmful repercussions for a company. Ongoing commercial property disputes can directly affect your business’ maximum capabilities. Our solicitors understand the urgency of resolving a commercial property case and the importance of getting the outcome your company deserves.  Our commercial property dispute solicitors have the experience and abilities ensure you get a strong result to your case.

How can I resolve a commercial property dispute?

The solution to resolve such a dispute depends entirely on the severity of your case and the outcome you desire. Some businesses, during a commercial property dispute, want to reach  a civil resolution and gain compensation. Whereas, other companies want to enforce punitive measures on the rival party.

Regardless of whether you have a clear idea of what you wish to seek, our solicitors encourage you to seek credible legal advice. Only when you are fully informed about your options and the potential outcomes, are you in a position to make an informed decision.

How much will it cost to resolve a commercial property dispute?

Each case is different, which is why it’s impossible to give you an exact estimate on the cost of your case without knowing any details. But, we offer an untimed initial consultation priced at £108, including VAT to inform us of the details of your case. Once, we have had this consultation, our solicitors will provide information on:

  • How long they expect it will take to achieve your desired outcome
  • How much you can expect to pay
  • The work that is involved, for example, drafting and sending a letter before action, going through mediation or filing the case at court

Should you choose to instruct our firm, we will write to you confirming our fee estimate, so you or your company rest assured that there will be no hidden fees.

If your case needs to be referred to a court, there may be additional administration fees (printing, bundle assembly and postage), as well as any relevant court fees payable to the court.

If a matter is settled after a letter before action is sent, it may cost as little as £400 plus VAT. However, a dispute that proceeds to court could cost over of £10,000 plus VAT.

How long does it normally take to resolve a commercial property dispute?

Again, this will depend on the complexity of your matter. However, for straightforward cases that settle after a letter before action is sent, this could be as short as 1-2 weeks.

For cases that proceed to the County or High Court, this will depend on the court’s availability and could be anything from 6 months to 2 years from start to end.

To get an accurate estimate to your case, you will have to book an intiial consultation by calling our solicitors on 01273 726951 Once we have learnt the specifics of your situation we will be in an informed position to give you an accurate time frame.

Key stages involved in a commercial property dispute

Depending on your matter, a typical commercial property case would involve:

  1. Initial consultation to understand your matter
  2. Review of the terms of the contract and calculating any losses
  3. Advising on the contract, the breaches, your dispute and evidence needed regarding your claim
  4. Drafting and sending a letter before action to the other side outlining your claim and position
  5. Dealing with the response, if any
  6. Drafting and finalising your particulars of claim
  7. Issuing your claim at the court
  8. Dealing with the defence from the other side
  9. Progressing through the standard litigation court process
  10. Settling the claim out of court or going to trial if no settlement can be reached
  11. Enforcing the judgement if it’s in your favour or appealing any decision if unsuccessful, if there is reason to believe this would be successful

Not not every case will go through all of these stages. Many cases will be resolved after stage 4 if the evidence is compelling and the breach is clear.

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6 Reasons to Choose Britton and Time’s…

Commercial Property Dispute Solicitors

Britton and Time is proudly regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and our solicitors believe in offering no nonsense, common sense advice with up-front pricing. We do this through our 6-point service guarantee:

PROFESSIONAL FEE PROMISE

We will offer fixed fees where possible, and if not, we will state clearly what your case is estimated to cost, alongside hourly rate options so you can judge what works for you

SURPRISE-FREE PRICING

We will inform you when we know there will be third party costs to be paid. If additional third party payments are required, we will always seek your approval first

REASONABLE TIMELINES

We will let you know how long your case will take, what delays you can expect, and our solicitors will always reply to you in a timely manner

BILLING TRANSPARENCY

We bill every month, with detailed accounts of what you are being charged for. Our solicitors are happy to discuss if you have any questions about your bill.

CLEAR CASE MANAGEMENT

Before work starts, we will tell you what work needs to be done to reach the best outcome for you, and what your options are once you reach that point

OBJECTIVE ADVICE

We never take on cases we do not feel we can do justice and if your case does not need a solicitor, we will tell you just that and advise you what your options are

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