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Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC

FALCON COURT, LONDON, EC4Y 1AA, ENGLAND
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Stephanie Tozer QC

Tel:
Work 020 7353 2484
Email:
Falcon Chambers (Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC)

Position

Property litigation – most types of real property, landlord and tenant disputes and telecommunications.

Career

Called 1996, Lincoln’s Inn; QC 2019; tenancy 9 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn (subsequently merged with Maitland Chambers) 1997; CEDR-accredited mediator 2007; tenancy Falcon Chambers 2008 to date; part-time deputy adjudicator to the Land Registry 2008.

Languages

French.

Member

Chancery Bar Association; Property Bar Association and Professional Negligence Bar Association.

Education

St Swithun’s, Winchester; Keble College, Oxford (1995 BA Jurisprudence 1st; 1997 MA).


London Bar

Property litigation and agriculture

Within: Property litigation – 2019 silks

Stephanie Tozer QC - Falcon ChambersGets stuck into the detail straightaway and gives sound advice.

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Licence to assign: some practical tips

September 2015. By Stephanie Tozer

Almost all commercial leases prevent the tenant from assigning the lease without obtaining consent from the landlord. Disputes often arise and landlords, in particular, have to act quickly. The consequences of making a late decision are often no better than making the wrong decision: in either case, the landlord may end up with an undesirable new tenant or be stuck with a disgruntled existing tenant seeking damages. It is therefore important for both landlords and tenants to understand when the landlord is entitled to refuse consent. [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.

    - Falcon Chambers

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