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Hampshire County Council pays Mrs Marion Feltham a six-figure sum in compensation

Hampshire County Council pays Mrs Marion Feltham a six-figure sum in compensation, together with her costs, to settle Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) 2021-593, a reference due to have been heard over three days in November 2022. Clive Moys, instructed by Colin Passam of Burgate Litigation Services, advised and represented Mrs Feltham through-out. The case arose […]

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(1) Thurrock Council (2) Essex County Council v Persons Unknown & Ors

Caroline Bolton and Natalie Pratt were instructed on behalf of Thurrock Council and Essex County Council and secured urgent injunctive relief on 24 April 2022 to restrain acts (and also apprehended acts) of trespass and public nuisance on the highway, which had occurred in connection with recent anti fossil fuel protests linked to the Just […]

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‘Break clauses and Capitol Park Leeds Plc v Global Radio Services Ltd’ and ‘Interfering with easements’ (Radcliffe talks Real Estate)

Join us for ‘Break clauses and Capitol Park Leeds Plc v Global Radio Services Ltd‘ and ‘Interfering with easements’ presented by Marie-Claire Bleasdale and Matthew Mills on Friday, 1 October 11:00AM – 12:00PM. Marie-Claire will review the law applicable to break clauses and break notices and the recent Court of Appeal decision on whether a […]

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Proprietary Estoppel and Farming Cases and Unlawful interference with land – Junior Programme: Real Estate

Junior Programme: Property webinar on “Proprietary Estoppel and Farming Cases” and “Unlawful interference with land” presented by Jonathan Edwards and Natalie Pratt. Proprietary Estoppel and Farming Cases Jonathan Edwards will discuss how the court weighs up proprietary estoppel claims and decides what relief to grant in farming cases, looking specifically at some of the more […]

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Kate Selway QC

Her core areas of practice are trusts (including the taxation of trusts); all aspects of real property, and landlord and tenant; wills, probate and the administration of estates; charities; Court of Protection; and professional negligence. She was appointed to the Attorney General’s A Panel of Counsel in 2016. Kate undertakes extensive advisory work in all areas of her […]

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Untangling encroachment and adverse possession (Radcliffe talks Real Estate)

In this Radcliffe talks Real Estate webinar, Edward Hicks will explore the doctrine of encroachment by which tenants may obtain rights in their landlord’s or third party land beyond the extent of the demised premises, in particular in the context of a cynical land grab by the tenant. The discussion will include: • How the […]