Legal matters pertaining to real estate can become complex and convoluted, necessitating the experience and expertise of proficient litigation lawyers. In the South Eastern Bar, a group of highly qualified and acclaimed lawyers have shown their prowess in Real Estate Litigation. This article showcases these accomplished legal minds, each of whom has carved out a niche in their particular field of real estate law.
From landlord and tenant disputes to complex ownership issues and from property cases with probate elements to co-ownership and constructive trust matters, these lawyers have made their mark. The following are the noteworthy legal practitioners who have helped shape and define the landscape of real estate litigation in the South Eastern Bar.
All featured lawyers are well-versed in not only the theoretical aspects but also in the practical aspects of real estate law. They have been successful in representing clients in both residential and commercial property disputes, maintaining excellent track records and earning respect within the industry.
Louise Worton of 3PB Barristers is a formidable property practitioner who primarily handles landlord and tenant matters within her broader chancery practice. She also routinely deals with commercial disputes regarding covenants, easements, lease renewal, and forfeiture.
Joshua Dubin of 3PB Barristers is a seasoned property specialist, known for his extensive experience in social housing matters including neighbour and boundary cases and various other residential and commercial property disputes.
John Clargo of Gatehouse Chambers demonstrates a strong command over landlord and tenant and real property law. His extensive portfolio includes a wide array of cases, ranging from fraudulent property sales and forfeiture claims to complex ownership disputes.
Charlotte John of Gatehouse Chambers is a property-focused barrister who deals with residential and commercial landlord and tenant matters alongside land and boundary disputes. She also frequently represents cases with probate elements.
Jamal Demachkie of Gatehouse Chambers is a skilled barrister who adeptly handles landlord and tenant disputes, real property work, as well as co-ownership and constructive trust matters.
Andrew Gore of Fenners Chambers has a diverse practice handling development issues, land ownership, and land use matters including disputes over boundaries and rights of way.
Iain Bain of Fenners Chambers handles both commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes, clients also turn to him for real property matters including numerous boundary and right of way disputes.
Michael Walker of 1 Crown Office Row has an impressive track record in landlord and tenant disputes, including possession actions, as well as boundary disputes.
Simon Sinnatt of 1 Crown Office Row is a highly respected practitioner known for his expertise in proprietary estoppel cases, landlord and tenant issues, collective enfranchisement and adverse possession. He also has notable experience in TOLATA disputes and the intersection between family law and property law.
Araba Taylor of Fenners Chambers handles property matters as part of a wider chancery practice. Her clients benefit from her expertise in property cases relating to wills, trusts, and charities, as well as her ability to navigate issues arising from interests in land, TOLATA claims, and proprietary estoppel.
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