Mark Hacking > Geldards LLP > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Geldards LLP
THE ARC
ENTERPRISE WAY
NOTTINGHAM
NG2 1EN
England
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Work Department

Property Litigation

Position

Mark is a property litigation specialist, dealing with disputes about land or anything attached to land. He enjoys guiding commercial and private clients through the complex and technical world of litigation and property management with his own individual blend of commercial acumen and humour. He also handles professional negligence work, particularly regarding property matters. Mark is seen by his clients, both blue chip household names and private individuals, as a trusted adviser, providing not just legal advice, but commercial and strategic guidance. Mark also practises as a Notary Public and is a qualified commercial Mediator.

Mark has particular expertise in landlord and tenant disputes and property management work, acting for both landlords and tenants. Issues can arise both during and at the end of a commercial lease; Mark and his team are there to help whenever the need arises. He also handles issues relating to freehold property, title disputes, rights of way. Mark advises the Firm’s major household name clients in the utilities, motor retail and retail sectors, as well as private commercial businesses, developers and investors.

Lawyer Rankings

East Midlands > Real estate > Property litigation

Geldards LLP is known in particular for its commercial landlord and tenant disputes, acting for clients from the automotive, utilities, telecoms and retail sectors. The team also acts for private clients on a variety of matters, including easements, service charge, title and adverse possession disputes, as well as for local authorities on freehold and leasehold issues. Practice head Mark Hacking advises developers and portfolio holders on a variety of claims, including title disputes, right of way disputes and boundary issues, and is noted for his ‘exceptional technical understanding of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954, and of the court’s approach to issues arising from it‘. Catherine Gritt is a further key practitioner.