Richard Hanson is a partner in our real estate disputes team. He has been involved in a number of complex property disputes for investors/landlords, developers, occupiers/retailers, educational and public sector clients both in giving advice and taking matters to court/arbitration.
In particular, Hanson has worked on many matters involving insolvency related property issues both for and against insolvency practitioners.
This area of law involves many archaic legal concepts in areas such as dilapidations, service charges, rent reviews, lease renewals and possession. It is crucial that clients understand at the outset what matters to them and what does not, and what their aims and objectives are. Additionally, clients must feel in control of the outcomes and the costs associated with potential legal disputes.
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