Chambers regards property law as one of its central areas of practice, and has developed a substantial team of specialist property law advocates. Members of the team are part of the Property Bar Association and regularly lecture on topics including boundary disputes, co-ownership of property and the impact of undue influence in mortgage disputes, and one member has also contributed to a leading Land Law textbook.
Chambers’ real property work includes restrictive covenants, easements (especially rights of way), mortgages, watercourses, adverse possession, boundary disputes, co-ownership claims, and all actions for misrepresentation or professional negligence arising out of the sale of land.
Meanwhile, our Landlord and Tenant work comprises possession actions, forfeiture claims, allegations of disrepair, proceedings under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954, agricultural tenancies, mobile homes, and claims for commonhold and leasehold enfranchisement.
To each of these cases, Chambers prides itself on bringing legal expertise, advocacy skill, and hard work, all backed up by our excellent research and library facilities.