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Injunctions

An injunction is a court order that is granted to prevent another party from taking a particular course of action.

Injunctions may be used in cases involving property litigation when the applicant needs to stop the owners of a neighbouring property from doing something likely to affect their land or property. Once granted an injunction will be binding, and if it is subsequently breached, this will be a very serious matter and the consequences for the other party may be severe.

If you are experiencing difficulties with your neighbours or with the owner of a neighbouring property, the property litigation specialists at Ackroyd Legal will be able to help you.

Experienced Property Dispute Lawyers

As a leading London law firm, our property specialists have many years’ experience in handling disputes involving land and property. Whatever the facts of your case, we will likely have encountered a similar situation before, and we will provide sound advice based on our unrivalled level of expertise in this area.

We understand how disputes involving property and land may become heated fairly quickly, which in turn can make things increasingly stressful for everyone involved. We will fully explain your rights as well as the legal position of the other party and advise you on the best course of action according to the facts of your case, to mitigate the impact upon you and your family.

Injunctions can be used to legally prevent neighbours or neighbouring owners from taking a number of courses of action, such as:

Applying for an injunction is a complex legal process, however we will be there to guide you every step of the way and are always available to provide updates on how the case is progressing.

We also act for clients who have found themselves on the receiving end of an injunction application following a property dispute. We will look at all of the facts and represent your interests in defending such an application, always with the aim of achieving the best possible outcome.

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