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Property & Housing

The Property Team contains members at all levels of seniority who deal regularly with all areas of property and housing law, including:


Landlord & Tenant

  • Private sector tenancies

  • Public sector tenancies

  • Commercial leases and licenses

  • Dilapidations & Disrepair

  • Occupiers' Liability

  • Injunctive relief


Housing and Public Law

  • Rent arrears

  • Anti-social behaviour and nuisance

  • Homelessness and allocations

  • Emergency remedies

  • Judicial Review

  • Human rights ancillary to Housing and Landlord and Tenant


Chancery & Real Property

  • Mortgages including mortgage repossession

  • Equitable remedies

  • Options to buy land

  • Succession, Probate and Inheritance Act claims

  • Easements, covenants and rights of way

  • Conveyancing, Land Registration

  • Boundary disputes

  • Party Wall Awards


Leasehold Valuation Tribunal

  • Leasehold Enfranchisement

  • Service Charge disputes

  • Management disputes and appointments


Members of the Property Team can appear for you in courts at all levels, from the High Court and the County Courts to all levels of the Appellate Courts.

The Property Team also accept instructions to act before the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal, the Lands Tribunal and before the Adjudicator to HM Land Registry.

Members of the Property Team also sit in variety of capacities, including as deputy district judges and as part time legal chairman of Leasehold Valuation Tribunal.


The Property Team will accept instructions from Local Authorities, in-house for SMEs and large companies, and also directly for estate agents or members of the public under the public access scheme. 

Various members of the Property Team also have experience of other disciplines. As a result we can offer a tailor-made solution for clients who wish a number of issues to be addressed, such as having a barrister act for a client in both a housing law matter and a related family law matter. A number of our barristers have a particular interest in trusts of land/cohabitation cases because it reflects their principal specialties of property and family law.

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