Property disputes include a range of issues such as disagreements over property lines, responsibility for repairs on construction, blocked views, rightful ownership, zoning issues, or who is at fault for property damage.  Lundons Law specialises in resolving property disputes, offering expert guidance.  In this blog post, we explore common related topics.

Boundary Property Disputes

Boundary fences are the cause of longstanding and unpleasant disputes between neighbours. There is a common myth that neighbours must pay 50% of the costs of a new boundary fence or the sharing of costs of repairs to an existing boundary fence.  It is very easy to get into a dispute with your neighbour if you haven’t followed the correct procedure. These disputes strain relationships and lead to legal battles.  To address this Lundons Law understands the importance of a swift resolution.  Their experienced property lawyers provide expert advice and representation, helping clients understand property titles, survey plans, and legal boundaries.

Ownership Disagreements

Ownership disputes occur due to conflicting interpretations of property titles, incomplete contracts, or ambiguous ownership terms.  Whether the dispute concerns a rent review, cross-lease, or other property-related matter resolving these disputes requires legal analysis and guidance.  Lundon Law clients are provided with customised strategies aimed at safeguarding their interests and achieving the best available outcomes.

Tenancy Property Disputes

Tenancy disputes create tension between landlords and tenants. Issues such as rent arrears, breaches of tenancy agreements, maintenance conflicts, or unlawful eviction may lead to disputes.  Lundons Law actively assists in mediating disputes, negotiating resolutions, and providing expert advice on tenancy laws.  By facilitating agreements outside of the courtroom, Lundons Law minimises stress, time, and costs associated with tenancy disputes.

Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Lundons Law understands that litigation is not always the best approach. It is time-consuming, expensive, and harms relationships further.  Instead, they offer mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).  Experienced mediators act as neutral facilitators, guiding discussions and encouraging productive dialogue.  Through mediation, Lundons Law fosters cooperation, preserves relationships and provides tailored solutions aligned with all parties’ interests.


Property disputes are emotionally and financially draining.  Lundons Law specialises in efficiently resolving these disputes.  Whether it is boundary disputes, ownership disagreements, or tenancy conflicts, their expertise in property law and commitment to alternative dispute resolution ensures a focus on amicable solutions.

Contact Lundons Law to help resolve your Property Dispute.

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