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Real Property and Development

We regularly handle issues arising from:

  • Buying and selling property:
  • Conveyancing (registered and unregistered)
  • Interpretation of deeds and plans
  • Land Registry issues
  • Right to buy

The funding of purchases:

  • Claims for specific performance
  • Funding agreements
  • Mortgages or land charges
  • Options
  • Overage

Land development and issues relating to planning permission or compulsory purchase

Rights over or about the use of land:

  • Access to neighbouring land
  • Chancel repairs
  • Easements, rights of way, rights of light
  • Licences, wayleaves, statutory rights
  • Nuisance and trespass
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Squatters
  • Village greens and commons

Disputes about ownership:

  • Adverse possession
  • Boundary disputes
  • Disputes concerning ecclesiastical property
  • Joint property claims (constructive trusts, resulting trusts, proprietary estoppel, declarations of trust)
  • Trusts

We also welcome instructions for the more unusual cases involving the intricate and esoteric areas of property law.

Real Property and Development Barristers

Property News & Resources

Commercial Property: Toms v Ruberry [2019] EWCA Civ 128

This is an important commercial property case, holding that, a notice under section 146(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925 (“a notice”) can not be given until the landlord’s right of re-entry has accrued under the provisions of a lease.


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