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IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)

CAPITAL COURT, 30 WINDSOR STREET, UXBRIDGE, UB8 1AB, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0345 638 1351
Fax:
Fax 0845 638 1351
DX:
45105 UXBRIDGE
Email:
Web:
www.ibblaw.co.uk
Chesham, Uxbridge

Jon Mowbray

Tel:
Work 01895 207988
Email:
IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)

Work Department

Real estate dispute resolution.

Position

Jon specialises in resolving disputes relating to sale/purchase and joint venture agreements, dilapidations, break clauses, rights of way, construction of leases, rent review, service charge disputes and business lease renewals. He possesses expertise in acting on heavyweight property disputes worth up to £30m. ADR accredited mediator.

Career

Trained Lovells; qualified 1998; solicitor 1998-2005; IBB solicitors 2005, partner 2007 to date. Jon regularly writes for legal publications and presents at client seminars.

Member

Property Litigation Association; London Solicitors’ Litigation Association.

Education

Dr Challoners Grammar School; Nottingham University (1993 BA (Hons) History and Politics 2(1)); Nottingham Law School (1995 graduate diploma in Law; LPC).

Leisure

Enjoys watching and playing sport, particularly football.


South East: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Jon Mowbray - IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)

Within: Property litigation

IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)’s strong team is best known for representing clients including Car Giant in terminal dilapidations disputes. Key partners include the ‘tenaciousAndrew Olins, who is experienced in handling restrictive covenant disputes, and ‘astute and clever tacticianJon Mowbray. Ryan Diamond is also recommended.

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