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Ampersand houses advocates with experience in a range of property issues, including landlord and tenant disputes, high-value dilapidation claims, and contractual cases.

Members at Arnot Manderson Advocates are instructed in, among other areas, landlord and tenant, breach of missives, conveyancing, and niche crofting law disputes.

For one solicitor, Axiom Advocates has particularly β€˜good strength in depth on the construction side’. Members’ expertise includes multimillion-pound construction defect and dilapidation claims, and landlord and tenant disputes.

David Sheldon QC is a key contact at Compass Chambers for high-value property damage disputes.

Terra Firma Chambers is noted for its strength across property, construction and agricultural law. Members are instructed in a panoply of cases including property damage claims. J Gordon Reid QC retired in 2017.

Westwater Advocates attracts instructions across the range of property, construction and agricultural matters. In 2016, Sir Crispin Agnew of Lochnaw Bt QC appeared in a Court of Session judicial review claim concerning compensation for tenant farmers under the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), relating to the removal of secure tenancy rights given by section 72 of the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 1972.

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