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Nelsons Solicitors Limited

PENNINE HOUSE, 8 STANFORD STREET, NOTTINGHAM, NG1 7BQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0115 958 6262
DX:
10029 NOTTINGHAM-1
Email:
Web:
www.nelsonslaw.co.uk
Derby, Leicester, Nottingham

Simon Waterfield

Tel:
Work 0115 989 5276
Email:
Web:
www.nelsonslaw.co.uk/people/simon-waterfield/
Nelsons Solicitors Limited

Work Department

Dispute resolution.

Position

Partner. Areas of expertise are property disputes, including boundary disputes, adverse possession, restrictive covenants, emergency injunctions, planning issues and appeals and squatters claims. Simon has particular specialism in rights of way claims, including access and easement disputes, enforcement of rights of way, and advising and representing clients at public rights of way enquiries.

Simon also specialises in landlord and tenant disputes, including rent arrears claims for commercial and residential landlords, forfeiture and relief from forfeiture claims, distraint and dilapidations claims, and commercial lease renewals.  Simon also advises on wider dispute resolution issues, including commercial contract claims.

Simon is Editor on the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) website.

Career

Trained Inns of Court Gray’s Inn; qualified 1993; joined Nelsons 1999; partner Nelsons 2004.

Education

Manchester Metropolitan University (LLB, BAR).

Leisure

Squash, mountain climbing, walking.


East Midlands: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Nelsons Solicitors Limited offers ‘excellent overall service’ and boasts broad property litigation expertise, ranging from landlord and tenant disputes to developer property disputes, and issues pertaining to planning, and compulsory purchase orders. Practice head Simon Waterfield ‘has a calm and pragmatic approach to matters’ and has carved out a niche in public and private rights of way disputes on top of his strong record in landlord and tenant work. Simon Trees recently represented a claimant business in relation to commercial premises purchased subject to a right of way by easement, involving issues regarding the obstruction and re-opening of a passageway.

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