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Five top tips for resolving property disputes

Monday 15th July 2019

The GP property transactions specialist team at Capsticks Solicitors LLP share their top tips on how to resolve property disputes

Practices can find themselves at the centre of property disputes, whether they are a landlord with third party tenants or whether they are a tenant with a third-party landlord, say Capsticks partners Dan Kirk and Lisa Geary.

One frequent cause of disputes is when practices have others in occupation such as pharmacists.


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