Basement dispute

A property dispute arising out of works carried out to an existing or proposed basement. This might involve deep excavation, demolition and underpinning works requiring notice under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and can often lead to related disputes involving damage, inconvenience and nuisance caused to neighbouring properties.

Basement disputes can be disruptive and expensive if handled badly and you should consult a specialist basement dispute solicitor if you have any legal issues relating to basement works to ensure you are given the best advice in the circumstances

Child & Child have a number of specialist basement dispute solicitors with wide experience of court proceedings involving basement disputes, from numerous trials of domestic basement disputes in the county court to complex cases involving trials in the Chancery Division of the High Court and appeals to the Court of Appeal.

Party Walls, Rights of Light & Boundaries