The broad and diverse nature of our clients means that we regularly encounter some of the more specialised, obscure and difficult areas of property law.
These issues can often be misunderstood or overlooked by other practitioners, yet they can have serious and costly implications for landowners.
We are experienced in advising clients on:
- town and village greens
- common land (including rights of common)
- historic rent charges
- entailed estates
- riparian rights
- abstraction and discharge consents
- allotment rights
- rights of advowson and ecclesiastical issues
- manorial rights and manorial waste
As specialists in complex property law issues, we are often instructed to provide bespoke advice to other solicitors and professional advisers on discrete areas of law which fall outside their day-to-day practice.