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Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC

FALCON COURT, LONDON, EC4Y 1AA, ENGLAND
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Adam Rosenthal

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Falcon Chambers (Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC)

Position

All aspects of real property, and landlord and tenant law.

Career

Qualified 1999, Gray’s Inn; contributor to ‘Fisher & Lightwood’s Law of Mortgage’; editor of ‘Barnsley’s Land Options’ (4th ed).

Languages

French.

Member

Chancery Bar Association.

Education

King David High School, Liverpool; St Catherine’s College, Oxford (1998 BA Law with French Law).


London Bar

Property litigation and agriculture

Within: Property litigation – Leading juniors

Adam Rosenthal - Falcon ChambersExcellent analytical skills and very strong at both written and oral advocacy.

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Forfeiting leases: a practical overview

November 2015. By Adam Rosenthal

Forfeiture is a means for a landlord to terminate a lease, in the event of some default by the tenant. The right must be conferred expressly: there must be a ‘forfeiture clause’ or a ‘proviso for re-entry’. It can be contrasted with a break clause exercisable by a landlord, which also confers a unilateral right to terminate, but not upon some default of the tenant (such as a right of forfeiture). The difference is that it is only where the landlord is exercising a right to forfeit the lease that the tenant can apply for relief against forfeiture: see Richard Clarke & Co v Widnall [1976].? [Continue Reading]

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Legal Developments by:
Falcon Chambers (Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC)

  • Parking rights: here to stay? Consent might be the surprising answer 


    In the field of the acquisition of easements by prescription, little has caused more consternation over the last decade or so than the question of whether a right to park cars can be acquired by twenty years user as of right. The types of property capable of being adversely affected range from individual residential units all the way up to major development sites. The establishment of such a right can have a devastating impact on the value of the burdened land.

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