Our members specialise in all aspects of property litigation including commercial, residential and agricultural property law. We are lawyers who come from a variety of firms in terms of size and location.



The Property Litigation Association welcomes new members who are qualified to join. Please refer to our Constitution for details. In summary, solicitors (but not trainees), legal executives and employed barristers may become members if they are substantially engaged in property litigation. This is generally taken to exclude construction and planning.



There are three main committees involved in the running of the Property Litigation Association:The Executive Committee, The Education and Training Committee, and the Law Reform Committee.


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