Specialists in Civil Litigation

Covid-19 Coronavirus

Highline Solicitors are prioritising the wellbeing of our colleagues, clients and other contacts. In response to the spread of Covid-19 and government guidance Highline has switched entirely to remote working and our offices are closed. During this period of government stipulated social distancing measures, we are pleased to confirm that Highline continues to offer its full range of services, and all matters are being progressed without impact.

Our Services

We offer a range of civil litigation services to clients in England and Wales
General Litigation

We are a niche litigation practice supplying a suite of services for our clients including preventative advice and representation. Our focus is always on efficacy and speed of recovery.

Service Charge Arrears Recovery

Our processes are designed for efficient recovery of unpaid service charge arrears and the legal costs incurred in that action from the debtor. If the lessee won’t pay, we will usually approach any lender with the threat of forfeiture and are normally successful in recovering from them. We recognise that service charge debt has a detrimental effect on the cashflow and management of property. Everything we do is engineered with efficient recovery in mind.

Ground Rent Arrears Recovery

Our recovery of Ground Rent arrears is similar to that of Service Charge. We make use of additional options available to improve on efficiency and recovery times. Generally this is a straight forward and inexpensive process.

Our Mission

A cost-effective, efficient service

At Highline Solicitors we pride ourselves in over 20 years’ experience in the recovery of debt and residential repossessions. We are intensely focused on providing a cost effective but quality service to our clients in the recovery of debts - primarily residential service charge and ground rent arrears - in a timely manner. Service Charge and Ground Rent arrears can have a big impact on a Freeholder's funds as deficits can adversely affect management of blocks which can struggle to provide services if cash flow is interrupted.


    Highline’s team has over 20 years of experience in debt recovery and service charge litigation experience


    We are purely focused on recovery of the debts we are instructed to pursue – not in racking up fees or introducing unnecessary delay.

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“Highline Solicitors” and “Highline” are trading names of Highline Solicitors Limited, registered in England and Wales with company number 10123921.
Its registered offices are at Innovation House, Mark Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP2 7DN. A list of Directors is available from this address.

Highline is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA No. 629287).

Highline is registered for VAT under VAT registration number 252 2948 02.


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