An injunction is an order by a judge that commands someone to either do or stop doing something. You can ask the court to issue your landlord an injunction to allow you back into your home or to stop harassing you. Your landlord can be fined or sent to prison for not obeying an injunction.
There are three different types of injunctions used in property disputes:
It can be very stressful and upsetting going through a situation requiring a property injunction, as a result, it is best to take legal advice from a housing solicitor who can prepare the application for a court order and offer the best legal advice on your property dispute.
Our Housing Team at Duncan Lewis Solicitors can advise on injunctions and our solicitors have a wealth of experience in handling cases that involve applying for injunctions meaning they can act swiftly in order to protect a client’s interests. In property cases – in particular those involving injunctions – it is recommended that clients get in touch as soon as possible for legal advice so that the appropriate action can be taken against the opponent and your property can be protected.
If you want to apply for an injunction or need legal advice involving a property dispute, do not hesitate to contact one of our dedicated Housing solicitors at Duncan Lewis as soon as possible on 033 3772 0409