Josh has experience of litigation relating to beneficial interest claims, rights of way, rights of light and other easements. He has been instructed in boundary disputes and nuisance claims. Josh has conducted forfeiture claims for landlords and relief from forfeiture claims for tenants and mortgagees. He has also acted in claims relating to whether agreements are leases or licences, claims turning on the validity of notices and claims relating to disrepair, dilapidations and other breaches of covenant. Josh is often instructed in mortgage litigation and has dealt with disputes involving fraud, forgery, undue influence and subrogation. He has also represented mortgagees in the Family Division.
He supervised land law at Christ’s College, Cambridge during the 2011 academic year.