When property disputes arise, we can help you to understand your rights, protect your interests and minimise the impact on you and your business.
We seek to offer solutions to contentious property issues by giving hands-on advice and innovative solutions. We keep things practical and clear.
Our property dispute clients include:
Iceland, B&M, YBS Group, Saint Gobain, Santander, Card Factory, Congregational & General Insurance, Charles Tyrwhitt, Hermes Parcelnet, Skipton Properties, Safestyle UK, Akbars Restaurants
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Chairman, The Waxman Group
“We value Gordons’ uncomplicated and pragmatic advice and have enjoyed working with them for many years.”
CFO, Wren Kitchens
“Gordons understand our sector and our business. They are reliable and easy to deal with. We trust them.'”
Founder, Charles Tyrwhitt
"We’re the home of proper shirts. Gordons is a proper law firm. It’s the perfect fit.”
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Betting the Farm? Assessing Loss in Proprietary Estoppel Claims
Proprietary estoppel is a legal principle applied when someone is promised that they will receive...
Richard Cressall Appointed Northern Chair of Property Litigation Association
The Property Litigation Association (PLA) has appointed Richard Cressall as chair of its northern region...
Gordons Promotes Three New Partners
Gordons has announced three new partner promotions, recognising each individual’s ongoing commitment to their clients...
Developers and housebuilders watch out
A recent High Court case serves as a reminder to check for building schemes and restrictive covenants when planning redevelopment and to seek legal advice alongside the planning process. In this case, a home owner...
The Government has announced its intention to ban letting agent fees
In today’s Autumn Statement the Chancellor has announced the government’s intention to remove the ability of agents (who are instructed by landlords) to charge prospective tenants fees for their work. Currently, agents can charge for...