Nicola Muir > Tanfield Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Tanfield Chambers Offices
2-5 WARWICK COURT
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All aspects of residential and commercial property litigation including landlord and tenant disputes, real property and conveyancing problems, mortgage litigation and property related professional negligence disputes. Nicola has particular expertise in residential leaseholder cases. Notable cases include Leaseholders of Foundling Court and others v Camden LBC, Allied London (Brunswick) Ltd and others  UKUT 366 (LC) (consultation on service charges), Tibber v Buckley  EWCA Civ 1294 (enfranchisement), Jastrembski v Westminster City Council  UKUT 0284 (LC) (service charges), South Tyneside Council v Ciarlo  UKUT 247 (LC) (service charges); Chambers v Havering LBC  EWCA Civ 1576 (adverse possession); Westminster City Council v CH2006  UKUT 174 (LC) (enfranchisement) and Green v Westleigh Properties Ltd  EWHC 1474 (right of first refusal).
Regular column in the Estates Gazette on residential property law called – “Residential View”. Co-author (with other members of Tanfield Chambers) of “Service Charges and Management” (Sweet & Maxwell 3rd ed 2013).
Qualified as a Solicitor in 1991. Called to the Bar 1998. Joined Tanfield Chambers in 2012 (formerly at Hardwicke).
Property Bar Association, Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners.
Fettes College; University of Edinburgh (LLB HONS 1987); Chester College of Law (Common Professional Examination 1988, Law Society Finals 1989).
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Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
Nicola Muir – Tanfield Chambers ‘ Nicola has an excellent grasp of technical enfranchisement matters and arguments (particularly in terms of valuation) and consistently obtains exceptional results which makes her the preferred counsel of several of our clients. Nicola provides straight-forward yet accomplished advice which is a hugely beneficial to both her instructing solicitors and their clients. ’