Our presence in London, Leeds, Newcastle and Bristol means that cases across England and Wales are covered with ease.
Members of Enterprise Chambers deal with both real property and landlord and tenant issues covering the spectrum of work from easements to enfranchisement.
Members of the team have particular experience in dealing with cases involving:
- Easements including rights of way, rights of light, rights of drainage and fencing;
- Collective and individual enfranchisement;
- Co-ownership disputes;
- Proprietary estoppel;
- Both opposed and unopposed lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954;
- Interim and terminal dilapidation claims;
- Possession claims including those involving tenants, mortgagors and trespassers;
- Claims under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 and the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995;
- Boundary disputes;
- Restrictive covenants;
- Service charge disputes;
- Issues involving the sale of land;
- Land registration;
- Adverse possession;
- Property insolvency including CVAs;
- Party wall disputes;
- Mortgages and charges including charging orders;
- LPA receivers;
- The determination of residential and business tenancies including forfeiture, surrender and notices to quit;
- Tenancy deposit schemes;
- Beneficial interests, constructive trusts and proprietary estoppel;
- Profits a prendre;
- Relief from forfeiture; and
- Residential disrepair claims.
The Enterprise Chambers property team are keen supporters of the Property Bar Association and the Property Litigation Association. Kavan Gunaratna and Jennifer Meech have both spoken at the PLA’s annual conference in Oxford in recent years.
Enterprise Chambers is ranked as a leading set for its property litigation work in both Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. Clients have described Enterprise as: