Alexander Mulroney Solicitor

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Contact Details

Alexander provides advice and representation in relation to commercial property litigation. 

Main areas of practice

Commercial property litigation, including, but not limited to, opposed and unopposed lease renewals under the 1954 Act, interim and terminal dilapidations matters, break notice advice, forfeiture, service charge disputes, possession claims and general property litigation advice.  

Significant experience

  • Acted in a high value Park Home dispute concerning a disputed termination notice, which included successfully obtaining an interim injunction on short, informal notice, following an Application for an ex parte injunction to restrain the Defendant from interfering with the Park Home;
  • Obtained an Order to Strike Out and/or provide Summary Judgment in relation to a complicated dispute that related to extensive fire and flood damage to premises; 
  • Advised in relation to a claim relating to a Freehold company, which centred over the enforceability of a large Judgment, the effect of this in relation to the Freehold ownership, the likely outcomes regarding the running of the Development and the potential applicability of Rights of First Refusal in relation to Crown property. 


Alexander graduated with First Class Honours in Law and practised as a Litigation Solicitor with a local South Coast Firm following his completion of the Legal Practice Course and Training Contract. This role consisted of a broad Dispute Resolution case load, with a bias towards contractual and property related litigation.


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