About Rex Cowell Solicitors
We get to the heart of your property disputes to unlock practical commercial solutions.
We are a firm of experienced specialist property litigation solicitors. This means that all our resources and expertise are dedicated to the issues arising from holding property as an investment or from occupying it as a commercial tenant.
Clients tell us what sets us apart from other legal advisers is the reassurance that comes from our straight talking personal service and superior tactical ability.
They value the fact we tell them if a case isn’t worth running.
And that if it is, we thoroughly plan, communicate and deliver the results they need.
We act as true business partners to our clients and have developed a reputation for ‘never giving up’ when it comes to getting results.
We provide consistently high quality, commercially relevant property litigation advice for our clients across the UK.
Rex Cowell is a property litigation specialist with over 22 years of experience as a solicitor both in house and in private practice. He has successfully run large in-house teams for property service companies and for the last 7 years has been delighting clients within Cowell Solicitors. He is now Managing Director of Rex Cowell Solicitors, an Alternative Business Structure regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, which provides property litigation services to property investors and owners, commercial tenants and other firms of solicitors.
Current clients include Ocobase, other property investment companies and firms of solicitors with no litigation expertise. His previous clients have included RMG, who are one of the largest and most respected property management companies in the UK. Many of Rex’s clients have been with him for over a decade and they value his tenacity and integrity.
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