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Experience and Expertise
Ulick’s property practice includes cases concerning: interests in property under constructive or resulting trusts, acquisition of easements by prescription, interference with easements, mortgages and charging orders, the validity of guarantees and the equitable defences available to guarantors of liabilities under mortgages, and landlord and tenant law.
Cases and Work of Note
- Stewart v Scottish Widows, LTL 29 June 2005 and  EWCA Civ 999, Court of Appeal, speed humps, whether actionable interference with right of way, whether the rule in BTC v Gourley applied to a claim by a company in liquidation. Assignee of tenant entitled to recover damages. Was the C the correct assignee.
- Seeckts v Derwent  EWCA Civ 393, Court of Appeal (boundary dispute), deciding the relevance of measurements on the plan to a conveyance, whether or not they determined the position of the boundaries.
- Rowan v Dann  64 P&CR 202, Court of Appeal, leases granted for improper purposes in connection with a proposed joint business venture between the landlord and the tenant which was never finalised. The landlord was entitled to withdraw when the improper purposes which were known to both parties, were never carried out. Tinsley v Milligan 2 WLR 508 distinguished.
- Barclays Bank v Rabheru, the limitation period for enforcing rights under charging orders and whether a charging order was extinguished by the passing of 12 years.
- British Railways Board and Maples Investments Ltd, rent review mechanism of a sub-lease incorporated the rent review mechanism of head lease, head lease surrendered, effect on the ability to review rent of sub-lease.