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Enterprise Chambers is well known for its expertise in real estate matters, such as landlord and tenant issues, adverse possession claims and boundary disputes, to name a few areas. Jonathan Klein was appointed to the circuit bench and Bruce Walker joined from Exchange Chambers in February and March 2017 respectively.

Exchange Chambers houses William Hanbury, whose practice includes boundary disputes, landlord and tenant matters and conveyancing cases. Bruce Walker left for Enterprise Chambers in March 2017.

Dominic Crossley at St Philips Stone has a mixed Chancery and property practice. On the property side, he is instructed in adverse possession, easements, boundaries and covenants disputes, and TOLATA matters.

Charles Holland is a key contact at Trinity Chambers for property matters; his recent cases include possession claims and rights of way disputes.

Zenith Chambers is well known for its ‘specialist housing counsel’: Peter Marcus handles anti-social behaviour and disrepair matters, and Nicola Phillipson’s recent instructions include homelessness and possession claims.

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