A disagreement over the future of a piece of land has arisen between the owning partners: one partner is keen to put the land up for sale; the other members of the partnership less so.
With neither party seemingly willing to alter their position, the prospects of a prolonged impasse look increasingly likely.
Writing for Farmers Weekly’s Business Clinic, associate solicitor Jonathan Thompson explores mediation and applications under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (TLATA) as possible options for resolving property-related legal disputes between co-owners.
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