Property Law, Landlord & Tenant, General Chancery
Members of chambers have experience in advising on trusts, pensions, probate, wills and succession and administration of estates. Members also undertake drafting and represent clients in courts and tribunals.
Claire Andrews sits on the regulatory panel of the Association of Residential Managing Agents and is a tenancy deposit dispute adjudicator.
Members also advise in relation to disputes over land, especially if mortgage related.
We also have experience in:
- Responding to applications by borrowers for suspension of a warrant of possession under section 36 of the Administration of Justice Act 1970 and applications for time orders under the Consumer Credit Act 1974;
- Claims by occupiers that they have an overriding interest in the property because they are tenants of the borrower or have acquired a beneficial interest in the property whilst in actual occupation;
- Obtaining and resisting winding-up orders;
- Appearing on applications to set aside statutory demands and bankruptcy hearings.