Ali Naqvi

Disputes Team

Senior Associate Solicitor

Ali Naqvi B.Sc., LL.B. (Hons)

Ali is a Senior Associate Solicitor in the Commercial and Private Disputes teams and aims to provide clients with an accessible and responsive service to achieve the best results at an effective cost. He prides himself in his analytical skills and subscribes to the view that the best advice for the client is as often about the strategy to be employed as it is about the Law.

Ali’s particular specialisms are
• High Court and County Court Litigation;
• Contractual Disputes;
• Commercial Property Litigation;
• Contentious Probate including challenges to Wills and Inheritance Act claims;
• Residential Landlord & Tenant disputes including claims for possession;
• Easements and Rights of Way;
• Trespass and Boundary disputes;
• Insolvency and Bankruptcy;
• Statutory Nuisance;
• Judicial Review;
• Licensing applications for Premises Licenses.

Recent highlights include
• Acted for commercial developer in high-value High Court litigation dealing with cladding on high rise building, compliance with building regulations and complex limitation issues.

• Successfully resolved and obtained favourable outcomes for clients in several complex contentious probate cases including Inheritance Act claims and challenge to the validity of a Will.

• Acted for a commercial client obtaining a very favourable result in a complex contractual dispute involving the interpretation of retention clauses in a contract for sale.

• Achieved a favourable outcome for commercial client in complex contractual dispute with an NHS Trust in relation to accommodation provided to the Trust.

• Acting in commercial landlord and tenant disputes on a wide range of issues including forfeiture, dilapidations, lease renewals and refusal of renewal on development or other permitted grounds.

• Acted in several property misrepresentation claims relating to the presence of Japanese Knotweed.

• Acting on several residential possession claims including complex cases involving potential counterclaims and the construction of statutory and contractual provisions relating to the landlord’s right to possession.

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