Viewing: Real Estate for Maria Mulla

Marias Mulla’s practice encompasses all areas of property litigation. Maria appears in the County Court, High Court, and the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).
Maria accepts instructions in the following matters: -
- Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustee’s Act (ToLATA Claims);
- Co-ownership disputes, unmarried couples, and proprietary estoppel claims;
- Orders for sale;
- Commercial and residential possession proceedings;
- Cases concerning nuisance, trespass, and interference with land – including prohibitive injunctive relief;
- Boundary disputes;
- Easements;
- Adverse possession claims;
- Breach of covenant and potential damages arising out of the same;
- Service charge disputes – including liability for the reasonableness of service charges, and interpretation;
- Landlord and tenant disputes both commercial and residential
- Disrepair claims arising out of tenancies;
- Forfeiture;
- All aspects concerning the enforcement of judgments;
Recent work includes:
- Contested order for sale proceedings in the High Court raising issues concerning beneficial interests, declarations of trusts, and other equitable accounting;
- Acting for a Claimant in her claim seeking a declaration as to her ownership of a property raising allegations of fraudulent misrepresentation, non est factum, and undue influence;
- Acting for a various family members in their claim for a declaration as to their beneficial interests in a property raising issues concerning the construction and interpretation of a will;
- Acting for a large race track on an easement dispute. Consideration of issues concerning abandonment of a right of way, and interpretation of the easement in an agricultural context;
- Large service charge dispute claim and defending a large counterclaim for disrepair;
- Advising on urgent proprietary injunctions;
The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn (2005 Call)
Personal Injury Bar Association
LLM (International Law) University of Nottingham

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