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Tracey Angus KC
Barrister specialising in general Chancery work with an emphasis on equity and trusts; probate; land law; family provision; Court of Protection and professional negligence claims in these areas. Her reported or notable cases include: Cowan v Foreman  EWCA Civ 1336 (family provision time limit); Wesley v Chantler  EWHC 21 (trusts); Dellal v Dellal  EWHC 907 (family provision); re Lucian Freud dec’d  WTLR 1453 (will construction, secret trusts); Curtis v Pulbrook  EWHC 167 (imperfect gift); Gill v Woodhall  EWCH Civ 1430 (disputed will, proprietary estoppel); Curtis v Pulbrook  EWCH 1370 (undue influence); Holman v Hayes  1 FLR 1217 (trust of land); Kostic v Chaplin and others TLR 11Jan 2008; P v G, P and P  1 FLR 431 (family provision); Burrell v Burrell  STC 569 (trusts).
Called 1991, Inner Temple; QC 2012. Contributor to ‘Heywood & Massey’s Court of Protection Practice’ (Sweet & Maxwell) and co-author of ‘Inheritance Act Claims: A Practical Guide’ (2nd ed. Law Society 2017).
Working knowledge French, German.
Chancery Bar Association; PNBA; ACTAPS.
MA Hons (Edin); Dip Law (City).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 2
5 Stone Buildings’ ‘highly able and highly experienced barristers’ have ‘considerable strength-in-depth’ in representing family members, health bodies, local authorities and protected parties in financial and welfare disputes before the Court of Protection. Tracey Angus KC has successfully represented a claimant in Gladstone v White, a claim to set aside gifts made to his attorney and attorney’s removal as a trustee of a heritage property valued at £10m. ‘Incredibly impressive barrister’ David Rees KC is acting for Gopichand Hinduja in Hinduja v Hinduja, a welfare and property and affairs case involving issues related to the validity of lasting powers of attorney and a care package provided to the claimant’s brother, S. P. Hinduja, as well as issues of open justice in the Court of Protection – the brothers having shared the top spot in the 2022 Sunday Times Rich List.