Our commercial litigators are skilled at navigating the complexities of real estate and development disputes. Whether you're an investor, developer, or commercial property owner, we’ll help you reach a resolution you’re happy with.

Every real estate project comes with unique challenges. From the initial land acquisition to the final development phase, a solid legal foundation is essential.


Our real estate litigation lawyers are equipped to handle any development issues you face, including navigating the complexities of consent procurement, as well as site development and construction.  


We can help with:   


  • Resolving title and registration disputes 
  • Advocating for the removal of title conditions and burdens 
  • Addressing conflicts arising from missives and development agreements 
  • Handling CPO (Compulsory Purchase Order) objections 
  • Managing compensation claims 


We also have a team of highly rated planning lawyers to help you secure all necessary statutory consents. Drawing from a strong track record of managing major planning inquiries and legal challenges, they’ll ensure your project moves forward without delay. 


Post-construction, we’ll continue to support you through any occupational disputes related to commercial leases and property ownership – pursuing and defending claims against contractors, surveyors, engineers, architects, and other professionals involved in commercial development projects. 


Beyond providing real estate litigation, we seek to build lasting relationships based on trust and results. We’ll make the complex straightforward, deal with disputes efficiently, and bring success to your development project.  

The team is competent and experienced, with a good response time, and it provides good advice.

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Morton Fraser MacRoberts is an excellent firm in Scotland and is full-service for all its clients.

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