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IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)

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Chesham, Uxbridge

Andrew Olins

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IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)

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Real estate dispute resolution team.


Real estate dispute resolution specialist; regularly conducts disputes relating to the acquisition and disposal of development sites, including claims for specific performance, recession and rectification; planning appeals and judicial review of planning decisions; disputes arising from substantial property portfolios including dilapidations claims, service charge and rent review disputes. Major clients include Frontier Estates Ltd, Espalier, BAM Properties Ltd, Evolve Fund Services, Chancerygate Group, Lands Improvement, Rentokil Ltd and Dorchester Group.


Articled Anthony Quinn & Co, London and McBride Wilson & Co, London; qualified 1989; partner Iliffes Booth Bennett 1997; directorships: The E Ivor Hughes Education Foundation. Professor associate at Brunel University (School of Law). Andrew teaches land law to third year undergraduates. Andrew has published various articles and two text books (‘Terminal Dilapidations’ and ‘Covenants Affecting Land’ published by RICS books); he conducts seminars for surveyors and in-house lawyers. Andrew is an ADR Group-accredited mediator and is regularly appointed to mediate land disputes.


Property Litigation Association; London Solicitors’ Litigation Association; RICS Dilapidations Forum.


Golf, tennis, bridge.

South East: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Andrew Olins - IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett)

Within: Property litigation

IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett) fields a team of ‘top-class property litigators’ that has ‘a wide range of experience and a broad depth of knowledge of the subtleties of property law’. The team is known for its expertise in property finance disputes, and also regularly handles lease renewals and rent reviews in relation to City and West End property. Recent work includes representing real estate fund manager Frogmore in a High Court claim against Nationwide related to wrongful disposal of loans totalling £112m. Jon Mowbray heads the practice, and Andrew Olins is commended for his ‘strong academic knowledge of the law’.

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