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Property – Leading juniors

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    • Caroline Allison - Fenners ChambersA specialist in housing cases.
    • Paul Ashwell - Crown Office RowA client-friendly, detail-orientated, clear and methodical advocate.
    • Andrew Gore - Fenners ChambersAn expert in agricultural matters.
    • Kevin Pain - Pallant ChambersA walking encyclopaedia on landlord and tenant law.
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PBHe has genuine ability to break down the most complicated facts into explainable terms.
    • Graham Sinclair - East Anglian ChambersA well-known property and Chancery practitioner.
    • Simon Sinnatt - Crown Office RowHe provides strong tactical and strategic advice.
    • Christopher Wilkins - Pallant ChambersA straightforward and direct advocate, who is calm under pressure.
    • Alasdair Wilson - Fenners ChambersA pure property advocate.
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant ChambersHe has infallible people skills and provides well-thought-out, tactical arguments.
    • Louise Worton - 3PBApproachable, knowledgeable and quick on her feet.

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Always willing to assist’, the 3PB property team predominantly handles residential and commercial landlord and tenant disputes. Other areas of instruction include property disputes arising out of bankruptcy, housing association matters and dilapidations. Louise Worton was recently in the Court of Appeal in dispute over the recoverability of legal costs under a lease provision. John Clargo left for Hardwicke in May 2016.

Crown Office Row’s property group is well known for residential landlord and tenant matters and housing disputes. The set is also able to offer expertise in insolvency-related cases.

East Anglian Chambers houses expertise in land registration issues, restrictive covenants, inheritance claims and leasehold disputes. Head of chambers Graham Sinclair has recently been advising local authority landlords on service charge liabilities.

The recent workload at Fenners Chambers includes boundary disputes, easement cases and solicitor negligence matters relating to the sales of properties. Andrew Gore handles property development and utility cases; Bruce Monnington specialises in agricultural land disputes; and Caroline Allison has a niche practice in residential landlord and tenant cases with an anti-social behaviour element.

With ‘a real team attitude’, Pallant Chambers has a varied practice covering leasehold enfranchisement, mortgage repossessions, property development and boundary disputes. Members are also experienced in housing matters, where they act for homeless charities. Tom Worthen was recently instructed to appear in the Court of Appeal in a complex property dispute concerning boundary agreements, rights of way and proprietary estoppel.

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