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Howes Percival LLP

FLINT BUILDINGS, 1 BEDDING LANE, NORWICH, NR3 1RG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01603 762103
Fax:
Fax 01603 762104
DX:
5280 NORWICH
Email:
Web:
www.howespercival.com

Jamie Kidd

Tel:
Work 01603 580068
Email:
Howes Percival LLP

Work Department

Property litigation.

Position

Jamie is a partner and advises on contentious property issues encompassing residential, commercial and agricultural land. He has detailed experience in relation to asset management concerns such as rent review and dilapidations, development and joint venture disputes, and the impact of insolvency. Jamie has a particular interest in overage, rights of light, rights of way, adverse possession and enfranchisement. Jamie has enjoyed success before the LVT, the HMLR Adjudicator, the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. Jamie contributes to the Property Law Journal and is a member of the Property Litigation Association.

Career

Prettys 2000-05; Eversheds LLP 2005-10; Forsters LLP 2010-11; partner Howes Percival LLP 2011 to date.

Member

Property Litigation Association.


East Anglia: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Jamie Kidd - Howes Percival LLP

Within: Property litigation

Howes Percival LLP has 'one of the best practices in the region and the team is highly experienced in all areas of contentious commercial, residential and agricultural property work'. Simon Murphy and rising star associate Leanne Davis in Cambridge manage large property portfolios and act for both landlords and tenants in contentious matters. They also advise technology and biomedical clients on dilapidations liabilities, including the biochemical and radioactive decontamination of buildings. In Norwich, Jamie Kidd and William Trow focus on land and development issues, which include a growing caseload of leasehold and freehold enfranchisement disputes.

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Social housing

Within: Social housing

Howes Percival LLP has a multi-disciplinary social housing team led by experienced housing management lawyer  Simon Murphy, who draws upon the expertise of property litigator Jamie Kidd, property development partner Michaela Henson and a large pool of conveyancing, planning and construction talent. The firm has strong relationships with all of the East Anglian Registered Providers operating in Cambridge and frequently handles golden brick agreements, development purchases and site assembly matters.

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