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Clive Moys

Call: 1998


Clive Moys specialises in Real Estate: including the law of Real Property, Landlord & Tenant, Planning and Development, and Rating, Council Tax and Valuation. I advise and litigate on behalf of developers, landowners, occupiers, local planning authorities and investors interested in the development of land and buildings in England and Wales.

Clive’s work typically involves:

Public Law issues/expertise: planning permission, s. 78 planning appeals, planning enforcement, s. 174 enforcement appeals and s. 179 prosecutions (listed buildings, conservation areas and POCA confiscation orders), s. 106 Agreements, Community Infrastructure Levy, Judicial Review, Highways, and Commons.

Private Law issues/expertise: Possession, Restrictive Covenants, Easements, Mortgages, Overage, Options, Pre-emption, Adverse Possession, boundaries, vesting of title, Reverter of Sites, and land registration.

Rating, Council Tax and Valuation issues/expertise: Liability Orders, Completion Notices, Mitigation and Exemptions and Charity relief.

Clive has practiced as a barrister since 1999, before that as a solicitor in London local government from 1988.

He appeared in, and before at: Civil: High Court, Chancery Division, TCC, QBD; County Courts, First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) all 3 divisions, and planning and enforcement appeals, and /highway inquiries. Criminal: Crown Court, and magistrates’ courts.

As a member of Commercial/Chancery chambers he has related experience of the law of trusts, charity, insolvency, and professional negligence.