Property law (also known as real estate law) covers a wealth of areas, including both commercial and private properties. At Wayman & Long we understand the unique challenges individuals face when property disputes arise and can provide expert guidance on all aspects of property law.
Sometimes the conveyancing process doesn't always unfold as it should and unforeseen challenges can emerge. Issues may arise with the mortgage offer, legal documents, or other essential paperwork, including potential complications with the Land Registry or Deeds. It is during these moments of uncertainty that you need someone on your side and our dedicated expertise can help. At Wayman & Long, we recognise that navigating these hurdles requires prompt intervention and our team of property solicitors is ready to address the spectrum of legal matters that may surface during the conveyancing process. These include but are not limited to:
Handling legal disputes arising from mortgage agreements, providing expert guidance to protect the interests of both borrowers and lenders throughout the resolution process.
Addressing concerns related to the misrepresentation of property, ensuring accurate and transparent transactions and seeking appropriate legal remedies for misrepresented information.
Property disputes can arise from various sources, ranging from boundary disagreements to issues related to tenancy, rent, or property condition. These can be stressful and often require legal intervention to come to the best solution. At Wayman & Long, we specialise in navigating property disputes, offering you tailored guidance and resolutions and the assurance that your rights and interests are our main priority throughout the dispute resolution process.
The legal process of regaining possession of a property and recovering unpaid rent for assured shorthold and protected rent act tenancies.
Resolving disagreements between landlords and tenants concerning security deposits, adhering to deposit protection regulations and ensuring a fair and lawful resolution.
Addressing and recovering charges for service fees that haven’t been paid by tenants.
Handling legal claims relating to a property, whether that be a personal dwelling or commercial building. Claims from tenants can include issues relating to the interior or exterior of a property, or both.
Managing legal processes to handle the unlawful occupation of property by squatters, protecting property rights and facilitating the removal of unauthorised occupants.
Providing legal guidance on matters related to planning permission, ensuring compliance with regulations and navigating complexities in property development or alterations.
Resolving conflicts between property owners over boundary lines, ensuring legal clarity and facilitating agreements or legal actions to address disputed boundaries.
Handling concerns associated with acquiring the freehold of a property.