Barristers at New Temple Chambers provide comprehensive and first class legal advice in all aspects of property law. Member of chambers act in the County Court, the Lands Chambers (Upper Tribunal), the High Court (Chancery Division and Queen’s Bench Division), the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
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Members of Chambers provide expert legal advice and advocacy on a wide range of complex land and property law matters including interpretation and drafting of business leases, renewal of business leases, determination of business leases, forfeiture, commercial property disputes, landlord and tenant disputes, co-ownership and title disputes, leasehold and freehold disputes, residential landlord and tenants disputes, possession proceedings, service charge disputes, breach of covenants, assignment of leases, actions for recovery of land, party wall disputes, rights of way, easements, mortgages, land charges, adverse possession, trespass, nuisance and boundary disputes.
Members of chambers act for commercial landlords or tenants, business organisations, property management companies, residential tenants, residential landlords, owner occupiers, freeholders, leaseholders, companies, partnerships, limited liability partnerships, corporate clients and investors.
Property law services provided by chambers includes, first class legal advice, drafting and advocacy in the following areas:
- Business leases
- Renewal of commercial leases
- Determination of commercial leases
- Commercial landlord and tenant disputes
- Leasehold disputes
- Residential landlord and tenant disputes
- Co-ownership disputes
- Trusts of Land
- Actions for the recovery of land
- Service charges
- Breach of covenants
- Assignment of leases
- Party wall disputes
- Land registration
- Adverse possession
- Boundary disputes
- Rights of way/ Easements
- Representation in the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chambers)
- Representation in the County Court
- Representation in the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court
To obtain further information on how Chambers can assist you or your organisation, please contact the Head of Chambers on firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Chambers on 0207 8876098.