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Hollie Lilley


T: 01225 730 236 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100

If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email or call 0800 923 2073

Hollie is an Associate in the Property Disputes team and has experience of dealing with a wide range of both commercial and residential property disputes.

About Hollie

Hollie has a particular interest in the following areas:

  • joint ownership disputes
  • boundary and neighbour disputes
  • commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes
  • covenants.

She qualified as a solicitor in 2013 after spending two years with the firm while she completed her training contract.

Memberships :

Property Litigation Association

Women in Property

Bath Young Professionals

Bristol Junior Lawyers Division

Ultimately litigation is a last resort in a property dispute so where possible we try to resolve the issue by way of amicable and cost-effective negotiation. There are of course situations where negotiation proves unsuccessful, but in those circumstances I make sure that clients fully understand each stage of the litigation process and aim to make sure that the very best and most practical result is achieved.

Hollie Lilley

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It’s easy to become joint home owners: a joint ownership is typically created when an unmarried couple, or friends, buy a property together. This may work well for many years, but what if the relationship breaks down or friends want to part ways? This creates a joint ownership dispute.

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Jointly owned property and cohabitees property rights

3 October 2014

Cohabitee property rights are not the same as the rights of married couples or civil partners in the UK so what happens if your relationship breaks down and you need to sell? Hollie Gilham from our Property Disputes team gives some practical advice.

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