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Russell-Cooke LLP

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Jason Hunter

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Russell-Cooke LLP

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Property litigation


Partner and mediator specialising in all aspects of commercial and residential property litigation and ADR


Trained Russell-Cooke, Potter & Chapman; qualified 1992; partner 1997. Publications of note: various articles in property and legal journals; contributor to two on-line RICS books on dilapidations; author of ‘Business Tenancies – a guide to the ‘new law’, Law Society (2004); author of ‘Dilapidations’ RICS Case in Point Series (2006 in print, 2011 on-line)


Property Litigation Association (chairman 2003-04)


Emanuel School, London; Reading University (LLB).

London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Jason Hunter - Russell-Cooke LLP

Within: Property litigation

The team at Russell-Cooke LLP is ‘happy to go the extra mile’ and offers ‘both service and litigation skills of a very high standard’. Practice head Jason Hunter ‘constantly drives matters towards resolution’ and excels on party wall disputes, nuisance cases and providing strategic advice to developers. The firm regularly receives instructions from the retail and private rented sectors and clients include Matalan, Grainger and Get Living London. Partner Paul Greatholder's 'oversight of any given case is always thoughtful, conscientious and driven by a desire to ensure that the client is well served’. Graham French is recommended while Edward Cracknell is ‘personable, accessible and concise’. The firm was recently instructed by Norfolk Square in relation to three associated pieces of litigation against a single tenant, the proceedings include an injunction to gain access to the let property and a claim from the tenant of substantial damage. Lauren Brown joined the team from W H Matthews & Co.

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