When a property is jointly owned by two or more people they can either own it as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common. Disputes can arise as to the nature of the ownership, the parties’ respective shares and the rights of those co-owners.
As one of the UK’s leading chambers specialising in Real Property and Landlord & Tenant work, members of Tanfield have extensive experience in advising and acting in Property Co-ownership Disputes.
Disputes between co-owners or claims for a beneficial interest can be stressful and complicated. Tanfield’s members are known for their robust and practical advice in this field. Tanfield’s expertise in related issues which often arise in the context of such disputes means that a full service can be provided. For example, Tanfield can also help with disputes between cohabitees, Proprietary Estoppel, Contracts for the Sale of Land, Conveyancing, Wills, Probate & Intestacy, Trusts of Land and Trusts problems.
Tanfield has an enviable reputation for Real Property work. Its clients include both large and small landowners, commercial organisations as well as leading Real Property law firms and property developers.