Emily Windsor > Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC Offices
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Barrister specialising in all aspects of real property law including commercial property, landlord and tenant, agricultural holdings, restrictive covenants, easements, mortgages and associated professional negligence and insolvency. Recent cases include: Walby v Walby  1 EGLR 111 (rectification and implied easements) Alford v Hanniford  EWCA Civ 1099; Ashdale Land and Property Co Ltd v Maioriello  2 EGLR 119; Natwest v Hunter  EWHC 3170 (Ch); Rahamim v Reich  ChD; Hopper v Hopper  PLSCS 41; Majorstake Ltd v Curtis  UKHL 10; Thomson v Church Commissioners  43 EG 180; Fairacre Investments Ltd v Earlrose Golf & Leisure Ltd  PLSCS 44; Shephard v Turner  2 EGLR 73; Monella v Pizza Express (Restaurants) Ltd  1 EGLR 43; Owen v Blathwayt  1 P&CR; Yenula Properties Ltd v Naidu  3 EGLR 28; and State Bank of New South Wales v Harrison  EWCA Civ 363.
Called 1995; elected member Bar Council 2000-05 (including chairman of the Young Barristers’ Committee 2002); member of Bar Standards Board 2005-2016; vice-chair BSB’s Education and Training Committee 2007-2015; Deputy District Judge. Publications: ‘Bullen, Leake & Jacob’s Precedents of Pleading’ (14th Ed); ‘Woodfall Bulletin’.
Working knowledge French.
Chancery Bar Association; LCLCBA; Property Bar Association; Agricultural Law Association.
The King’s High School, Warwick; Worcester College, Oxford (MA Jurisprudence); University of Paris II (Diplôme Superieur de l’Université EEC Law).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1
The ‘pre-eminent set for agricultural work’, members of Falcon Chambers possess considerable experience in tenancies, development issues, the Agricultural Holdings 1986 Act, and proprietary estoppel in the context of farming families. Emily Windsor recently acted in Trustees of the Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Charity Trust v. Millgate, a leading piece of litigation concerning restrictive covenants which prevented the development of a rural site. In another set highlight, Caroline Shea QC appeared in the Court of Appeal in Moore v Moore which concerned the satisfaction of equity in a farm-related estoppel dispute.(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1