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Tanfield Chambers
Tanfield Chambers
2-5 WARWICK COURT
LONDON
WC1R 5DJ
England

Position

All aspects of property, commercial and company litigation.  Within property, a particular expertise in boundaries, easements, adverse possession and land registration (including mortgages/charges) and a further focus on commercial L&T.  In commercial & company litigation an interest in business/share holder disputes and director disqualification, with a sub-specialty in VAT, excise and duties and international litigation. Recent cases in the Supreme Court include R (Eastenders Cash & Carry Plc) v HMRC [2014] UKSC 34 (property rights); R. (First Stop Wholesale Ltd) v HMRC [2014] UKSC 34 (public law – need for reasons) and Barnes v The Eastenders Group [2014] UKSC 26 (Receivership costs).  Leading cases in the Court of Appeal include:  R (Best) v Land Registry [2015] EWCA Civ 17 (adverse possession); Rashid v Sharif [2014] EWCA Civ 377 (boundary) and Graham Huntley & Oths v Simon Armes [2010] EWCA Civ 396 (boundary).

Publications:

(With other members of Tanfield Chambers) ‘Service Charges and Management’ (Sweet & Maxwell, 2nd ed); Contributor, RICS online Isurv Service, Oversailing and Trespass

Career

Called 1999. Joined Tanfield 2001.

Memberships

Chancery Bar Association, Property Bar Association. Commercial Bar Association.

Education

Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School, Aylesbury (1988-94); Lancaster University (1997 LLB 2.1; 1998 LLM International and European Business Law); ICSL (1999 BVC Very Competent).

Leisure

Three wonderful daughters. Cycling, canoeing and adventuring.  

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Property litigation

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2

Marc GloverTanfield ChambersMarc is extremely sharp and focused and brilliant with clients. I have no hesitation in instructing him on tricky matters. Marc cuts to the important issues quickly providing excellent strategic advice. On his feet he has a heavyweight presence. An all-round magnificent advocate.