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Experience and Expertise
Joshua has acted in matters involving a broad range of real property and landlord and tenant issues, including possession claims involving residential and business tenants, squatters and mortgagors, specific performance of contracts for sale, and estate agents’ commission.
He has particular experience of representing lenders in claims for forfeiture of long residential leases and registered social landlords in claims for possession and injunctions on the grounds of anti-social behaviour.
Cases and Work of Note
- Bank of Scotland plc v Rihany (QBD (Brighton DR), 1 June 2012): setting aside forfeiture by peaceable re-entry of long residential lease for rent arrears on grounds of waiver.
- Singla v Brown  EWHC 405 (Ch);  Ch 357: resisting the setting aside of a transfer of the beneficial interest in a house by a bankrupt as a transaction at an undervalue.
- Moscow v Brown and others  EWHC 2243 (Ch): resisting an order for sale of a house under a charging order, and establishing a co-owner’s 99% beneficial interest.