Conflict Can Often Arise Between Owners Of Company Share Flats

These disputes can be a little more challenging to deal with than a dispute between neighbouring landowners because the company owns the land and the dwelling. As a shareholder, you only own shares in the company and you are granted an occupation licence to occupy your unit.

Some parties can be challenging to deal with, and you may need help during this process. That’s where our team come in. We have extensive experience in company share disputes, writing to the parties involved and giving you advice on the legal position.

Company Share Flat Disputes

Collins & May, The Experts In Company Share Flats

The company constitution and the occupation licence set out the parties’ rights and obligations and include provisions regarding how the conflict is resolved. Many constitutions will specify a specific process that the parties must follow precisely in order to avail themselves of the stated remedies.

Some older constitutions often have very little addressing conflict resolutions, making the process even more difficult.

The conflict resolution will also be subject to the Companies Act 1993. Your adviser must ensure that any process they undertake for you complies with that legislation as well as the company constitution and occupation licence.

At Collins & May, we suggest you take advice on conflict resolution early. Any departure from that stated in the constitution, licence and legislation will most likely invalidate the process, and you will have to start again, making the dispute a lengthy process.

Contact Us So That We Can Help With Your Legal Issues

If you are faced with a company share dispute, contact our team to ensure you get the right advice from the start. Collins & May will answer any questions you might have and support you through the whole process.