Rights of Way

Rights of Way

 

Here at AFG LAW we specialise in rights of way issues. Our rights of way solicitors understand the key complexities of these kinds of cases and we have experience in all kinds of access situations

If you want to pursue an access case, then our knowledgeable team can help you.

One of the more common matters we advise on, the problems and impact of rights of way issues are long-reaching.

Rights of way and access problems can affect:

• The value of a home and land

• The nature and number of vehicles that can access a property

• Who may use the way for access to it

• Parking

• Relationships with neighbours

It is therefore vital for issues to be resolved as quickly as possible and our expert team can help ensure that problems do not become prolonged.

We work extensively in this often-complex area of law, and can help homeowners and landowners, as well as developers who are facing opposition on a project. Our services are tailored to each situation but in general, we offer the following:

 

For the Home and Landowner

• Consultation, commentary and reports

• Investigation and research for evidence and background of a case

• Advice on possible courses of action

 
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For the Developer

Each case of rights of way and access is unique and this is why developers coming to us for help will be assigned their own specialist rights of way and highway expert. They will work closely with you to solve your access issues.

If you need any help with this area of land law, please contact our specialist property team. We can help clients to find resolution in the most complex of cases. Our team specialise in dealing with land and property investigation, disputes and litigation. Contact disputeresolution@afglaw.co.uk

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