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Chambers of Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC and Stephen Jourdan QC

FALCON COURT, LONDON, EC4Y 1AA, ENGLAND
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Jonathan Small QC

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

Position

Barrister specialising in property litigation; cases include: PGF v Royal Sun Alliance [2010] EWHC 1459 (dilapidations and supersession); Patel v K&J [2010] EWCA Civ 1211 (relief from forfeiture); Higgs v Leshel [2009] UKPC 47 (adverse possession); Ghaidan v Mendoza [2004] UKHL 30, HL (Human Rights: Articles 8 and 14); JA Pye (Oxford) Ltd v Graham [2003] 1 AC 347 HL (adverse possession); Geo Networks v Bridgewater Canal [2010] EWHC 548 (telecoms); Cameron v Rolls Royce [2008] L&TR 22 (lease or commercial licence); Bexley v Maison Maurice [2007] 1 EGLR 19 (estoppel and highways); Adealon v Merton [2007] 2 EGLR1 (easements of necessity); Joint London v Mount Cook TLR 11.10.05, CA (whether Pret a Manger a ‘coffee house’ or ‘victualler’); Patel v Brent LBC No 2 [2005] 31 ECH 82 (section 106 agreements); Bluestorm v Portvale [2004] 2 EGCR 38, CA (damages from tenant for non-payment of service charges); Patel v Brent No 1 [2003] All ER (D) 67 (purpose trusts and profits); Commission for the New Towns v Cooper [1995] CH 259, CA (section 2, unilateral mistake).

Career

Qualified 1990, Lincoln’s Inn; Falcon Chambers 1992; elected member Bar Council 1994-97 and 2005-08; elected committee member London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association 2001-06.

Member

Chancery Bar Association; London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association.

Education

Nottingham University (BA Hons); City University (Dip Law).


London Bar

Property litigation and agriculture

Within: Property litigation ‚Äď Leading silks

Jonathan Small QC - Falcon Chambers ‚ÄėHe has expertise in restrictive covenants and rights of way.‚Äô

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

    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.‚Ä©
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