Property Dispute Resolution
At Battens, we take a realistic and practical approach to the resolution of all property disputes. We deal with residential and commercial landlord and tenant disputes, as well as land and property disputes generally.
We know the importance of understanding your objectives, and will advise on the most practical and cost-effective ways to achieve your goals. For example, the ideal way to secure your objectives may not necessarily be through litigation, or you may not wish to be burdened with excessive details of the legal technicalities if those niceties are of no practical use to you.
We recognise the importance of achieving a resolution which is speedy and can be gained at minimum cost and with minimum disruption to you.
Court proceedings may not be the best way to achieve your goals, and we will always pursue other avenues, such as mediation and arbitration, where that is best for you. We will, however, pursue court action with all vigour whenever appropriate and necessary.
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Battens Rewards Workers with Three Key Promotions
David Stephens, Chairman of Battens solicitors, has announced the promotion of three of its staff by awarding them significant promotions. Gemma Galvani, Georgina Bacon, and Oliver Thorp have all...
12.11.2018 / Read More
Battens Welcomes Property Dispute Resolution Specialist
Battens Solicitors, one of the region’s largest law firms, has announced the appointment of Property Dispute Resolution specialist, Edward Thompson.
Edward, who completed his legal...
18.10.2018 / Read More
House of Fraser and the impact of administration on Commercial Landlords
As readers of the business pages will be aware, the department store, House of Fraser, is undergoing something of a seismic restructure at the moment.
Falling sales and high overheads indicating that...
13.09.2018 / Read More
Chaos on a building site. Or is it?
When I was a small boy my mother often used to come into my bedroom and announce loudly that “This place looks like a building site”. I always thought that to be a bit unfair o...
30.08.2018 / Read More
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) Regulations: An Introduction for Commercial Landlords
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC’s) were first introduced in England and Wales in 2007 for residential properties. The requirement for non-domestic and commercial properties to have...
01.03.2018 / Read More