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Sean Hackett

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Work 0161-941-4000
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www.myerson.co.uk/about/meet-the-team/sean-hackett
Myerson Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Property Litigation

Position

Partner and Head of Property Litigation specialising in all forms of property litigation including dilapidations, lease renewals, rent review, professional negligence, insolvency and issue arising from the development of land such as easements, restrictive covenants and rights of light.

Career

Pannone LLP (2005 – 2014), Pannone Corporate LLP (2014 – 2018), Joined Myerson LLP March 2018

Languages

English

Member

Property Litigation Association

Education

Liverpool John Moores University (LLB Hons Degree)

Manchester Metropolitan University (LPC) 


North West: Insurance

Professional negligence

Within: Professional negligence

Led by Tim Norman, Myerson Solicitors LLP's claimant-focused professional negligence practice works in tandem with the firm's other practices, particularly in relation to property litigation, construction and conveyancing, while also pursuing negligence claims against solicitors and accountants. The firm was boosted in 2018 by the arrival of Sean Hackett - who has a track record in professional negligence claims arising out of property related matters - from Pannone Corporate LLP.

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North West: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Next Generation Partners

Sean Hackett - Myerson Solicitors LLP

Within: Property litigation

Myerson Solicitors LLP acts for regional and national property developers on a range of matters including restrictive covenants, access rights, telecoms tenancies, rights of light and site clearance strategies. The team is also regularly instructed by landlords, management companies and managing agents of long leasehold residential portfolios and residential investment portfolios; and also acts for commercial landlords and tenants on portfolio management matters. Newly promoted partner Seån Hackett heads the team. Tim Norman and senior solicitor Laura Pile are also key contacts.

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