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I have considerable experience of bankruptcy and corporate insolvency proceedings, contractual disputes, employment issues (especially unfair and wrongful dismissal, redundancy, discrimination, whistleblowing, restraint of trade clauses, non-payment of bonuses and other unlawful deductions from pay) and property matters (commercial and residential,...
Kevin is very experienced in advising on and representing clients involved with boundary disputes (both before the courts and in mediation) involving issues of legal title, boundary agreements and adverse possession (under the old and new rules). He also advises on easements (especially rights of way) and restrictive covenants.
After completing his pupillage he commenced practice in the Chambers of John Roberts Q.C. where he practiced mainly criminal and employment law. In his early days Mr Cofie quickly made a name for himself and had a number of reported cases in the areas of crime, family, employment and administrative law. His present practice is mainly in civil law.
As an employed barrister with over 26 years experience, Mirza has had a number of cases reported in relevant publications dealing with the full range of local authority cases. Some of these cases were decided by the House of Lords/Supreme Court and included major Judicial Reviews in relation to, for example:
housing & homelessness;...
Paul is an experienced and enthusiastic property law barrister with expertise in a range of areas. While the core of his practice lies in real property, Paul applies his expertise to all aspects of property law. His property practice covers the following core areas:
- Real Property: all types of constructive and resulting trusts; proprietary...
Matthew's particular areas of property-related practice include:
- adverse possession
- boundary disputes
- easements and covenants
- trusts of land
- building disputes
- business tenancy renewals
- forfeiture/possession proceedings
Sajjad has extensive experience of acting in property related matters, with a particular specialism in claims brought by co-owners under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (whether they be co-habiting partners, business partners or family investors). He has acted in both sole name and joint names cases and further in parent/child...
Marc Brittain has a longstanding practice in advising and representing clients in court in property disputes, notably in ‘mortgage’ issues, especially in relation to sub-prime lenders.
His current caseload includes :
- a claim on behalf of a client who purchased a property, or at least he thought he did, only to find that the ‘seller’...