Mark Mullen acts in a wide range of property matters, both contentious and non-contentious, and appears before the courts and the Property Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal.
His experience includes cases concerning:
He is instructed both on behalf of major institutional lenders and on behalf of borrowers in mortgage claims. He also has experience of ‘Islamic mortgages’.
He acts for commercial and residential landlords and tenants in claims including:
Harris v Highways Agency  UKUT 17 (LC) (Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), P R Francis FRICS). Compulsory purchase – Planning blight – Road works – Sale of land – Validity of Blight Notice. Mark Mullen acted for the respondent.
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v. UP (JSA)  UKUT 262 (AAC) (Upper Tribunal, Judge Mesher). ‘Islamic mortgage’ – Ijarah method of financing – whether payments of rent under an unregistered tenancy for a term of 25 years were ‘other housing costs’ which could be included in a claimant’s weekly applicable amount for the purposes of regulation 83(f) of and paragraph 16 of Schedule 2 to the Jobseeker’s Allowance Regulations 1996. Mark Mullen acted for the Secretary of State.
Re S  EWHC 1766 (Admin) (Administrative Court, Davis J.). Confiscation Order – beneficial ownership of property subject to order. Mark Mullen acted for a chargeholder.