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Edward Hicks demonstrates strength in a range of disputes concerning property law. He has experience of representing clients in high-value residential landlord and tenant matters. Some of his areas of expertise include boundaries and easements, as well as restrictive covenant litigation.
"He is a go-to person for matters of intricate detail. He makes well-structured submissions."
Recent work: Acted for the owner of Hilton Hotel, Manchester, in a dispute centred on damage and repair costs for the glass panes in a curtain wall.
Marie-Claire Bleasdale is a highly experienced property junior whose practice includes advising on cases involving conveyancing and real property issues. She is frequently instructed in landlord and tenant cases.
"Marie-Claire is an excellent advocate and provides sound commercial advice, often taking in the bigger picture and being able to focus on the detail at the same time."
Simon Williams acts for property professionals, private individuals and companies in a range of real estate disputes, and is acknowledged for his advisory work and expertise in professional negligence cases. He regularly appears at all levels of domestic courts and tribunals, and is experienced in alternative dispute resolution, being able to act as a mediator.
"He has a calm and measured approach to everything, provides the clients with understandable advice and provides immeasurable support." "He is a very safe pair of hands and experienced. He has a great breadth of property litigation knowledge."
Recent work: Acted for the appellant in a successful appeal to the Upper Tribunal against the decision of the First-tier Tribunal to determine the boundary between neighbouring properties.
William Moffett predominantly focuses on matters concerning beneficial ownership of land, options and easements. He also possesses expertise in landlord and tenant cases. He has worked in a number of disputes surrounding agricultural land.
"He is very responsive, very bright and very personable. He is excellent with clients." "A polished advocate."
Recent work: Acted in Frimston v Ward, a dispute involving a family home occupied by one family member, which was to be sold in accordance with a will. The case involved issues of occupation rent payable.
Real Estate Litigation