Property Possession Solicitors
Our team of commercial property lawyers are experienced in seeking possession of properties. Our expert solicitors can advise commercial landlords and tenants, whether the basis of the premises’ occupation has been formalised and in writing, or not.
Our commercial property solicitors are able to assist with the following:
- Termination of a business lease
- Forfeiture due to breach of contract
- Possession from a trespasser
- Possession from an occupier with no written agreement
- Possession of residential property
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been various changes to the legislation around property possession. Get in touch with our commercial property solicitors to find out more.
Adverse possession occurs where you are occupying land which you believe to be yours, but you are not registered as the owner. You may have ‘adversely possessed’ the land.
After the introduction of the Land Registration Act 2002, the period of adverse possession for occupied land was reduced to 10 years. After that, the occupier can apply to the Land Registry to acquire a proprietary interest in the land. Our commercial property lawyers are able to assist you with adverse possession application under both the old and new rules, depending on what is the most relevant to your situation.
Get in touch with our commercial property dispute solicitors in Bristol
Property possession claims can seem complicated and stressful. Our commercial property dispute solicitors have the expertise to help you get sorted. Call us on 0117 325 2929 or complete our online enquiry form.