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Land Disputes

Land Disputes

Land disputes can take many forms, from disputes over rights of way, boundaries, professional negligence (should a dispute arise through a surveyor or solicitor), nuisance and building disputes.

Whether your neighbour has put a fence up on your land, or has allowed conifers to grow too large, whether you find ramblers in your garden (and your Solicitor failed to tell you of the right of way), anything that intrudes on our personal space causes distress and is often a stressful situation. Our homes are the one place we should feel peaceful within.

At BakerLaw, we understand the pressure of having a dispute that involves your home. We have a proven track record in dispute resolution as well as in court proceedings and will guide you through the complexities of the law and clearly set out your options so that you can make an informed decision as to the steps you want to take.

We believe in transparency of fees and offer fixed-fee services so that you are never surprised at the charges. We understand that it is your home and your money and we ensure that we work closely with our clients to secure the outcome that they desire.

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It is important in matters surrounding land that you take advice. The law is complex and gaining the right evidence at the right time can make the difference for a successful outcome. You can contact us now by phone on 01252 733770 or by completing the online contact form.

Precedent S - Electronic Bill of Costs - Legal Update

Emily Thorp
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Since 6 April 2018, it has been mandatory for the new Electronic Bill of Costs (Precedent S) to be used for all Part 7 Multi Track matters in respect of costs incurred after this date, which replaces the traditional paper bill of costs. The electronic bill...

Further Blow to Litigants in Person

Michelle Ogunlaja
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The High Court has delivered a firm reminder to litigants in person (persons without legal representation) that the law will not be moulded for their convenience.  In the recent decision of  Reynard - v- Fox , Mr Reynard, a litigant in person,...