Easements & covenants

Rights of way, rights to park, rights of light and a whole host of other rights together with covenants not to do something, such as erect a property or extend a property, are increasingly common issues, particularly in the densely populated South East of England.

Rights can be acquired in a number of different ways and covenants not to do something can be avoided by various means. Our team has extensive experience of such claims being litigated to trial.Easements, Rights of way Lawyers in Kent - Warners Solicitors

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Meet the team

Robert Twining

Partner & Team Leader

Michael McNally

Partner

Mustafa Sidki

Solicitor

Practice head Robert Twining advises on the full scope of property litigation and specialises in Japanese knotweed. Clients say: "He is approachable but has a core of steel, which makes him a good man to have on your side."


Chambers UK 2015

Robert Twining leads the firm's real estate litigation practice and has considerable expertise in landlord and tenant disputes. Sources note his ability to identify the key issues of a case and advise accordingly.


Chambers UK 2016

Robert Twining is a respected practitioner handling the full range of property litigation. He frequently advises blue-chip clients and has further niche expertise in the control of Japanese Knotweed. Sources describe him as "excellent and very knowledgeable."


Chambers UK 2017