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Simon Williams

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Profile: Property

Experience and Expertise

Simon Williams’ property practice extends to disputes relating to title, easements, boundaries, covenants, trusts of land, nuisance, conveyancing, landlord and tenant (commercial and residential), leasehold enfranchisement, mortgages, construction contracts and property-related insolvency.

He is instructed by or on behalf of private individuals, companies, institutional clients and a variety of property professionals and is frequently to be found in all the domestic courts and tribunals where property disputes are heard whether on applications, including for urgent interlocutory relief, at trial or on appeal, alternatively in mediation or arbitration.


Cases and Work of Note

He has appeared in a number of reported property cases including:


Aside from his recent appearance in the Court of Appeal in Moorjani v Durban Estates Ltd Simon has also recently appeared:

He is also currently advising:


Simon is recommended as a leading junior for his property litigation expertise by both Chambers UK and The Legal 500. Clients quoted recently by Chambers UK and the Legal 500 have described Simon as “a very solid pair of hands in relation to almost any property-related dispute”, “highly proficient”, “a very impressive barrister, both in terms of his written advice and his performances when on his feet” and “first class and really knows what he is doing”.

Simon Williams
"Simon Williams caught the market’s attention for the quality of his advice on a range of commercial and residential property claims."

Chambers UK