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Womble Bond Dickinson

OCEANA HOUSE, 39-49 COMMERICAL ROAD, SOUTHAMPTON, SO15 1GA, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0345 415 0000
Fax:
Fax 0345 415 8200
DX:
38517 SOUTHAMPTON
Email:
Web:
www.bonddickinson.com

Mark Barley

Tel:
Work 023 8020 8153
Email:
Womble Bond Dickinson

Work Department

Property litigation.

Position

Mark is a partner and specialises in commercial property disputes including possession claims, lease renewals, rent reviews, dilapidations and restrictive covenants, as well as the wider range of property issues such as adverse possession and squatters, restrictive covenants and rights of way. He also acts in property related professional negligence claims, having considerable experience of such claims against solicitors and surveyors.  Mark conducts dispute resolutions through the County Court and High Court, The First Tier and Upper Tribunals and through arbitration. Mark also has an interest in riparian rights and issues around moorings, and in addition has acted for a number of landowners in connection with issues arising out of the Telecoms Code. He is qualified as a Higher Courts Advocate, and frequently uses mediation to resolve disputes. He is an experienced speaker on property issues.

Career

Qualified 1989 with Bond Pearce; associate, Bond Pearce 1999; partner, Bond Pearce 2008; 2013 partner Bond Dickinson on merger.

Member

Property Litigation Association.


South East: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Bond Dickinson LLP retains a strong client base of public and private sector bodies, and has a particularly strong reputation in the rail transport, residential and retail sectors. Practice head Mark Barley advises on mainstream portfolio management and foreshore and mooring issues, and managing associate Vicki Young acts for a range of clients including Addington Capital, B&Q and Specsavers. The team recently represented The Crown Estate in a Supreme Court case regarding the boundary between public and private fishing rights, and successfully acted for B&Q in a dispute over the rental terms of a new lease.

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