Barrister profile for UK Bar 2022
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Real Estate Litigation - London (Bar)
Max Thorowgood has expertise in a wide range of property cases, including leasehold disputes and land registration and title matters. He also sits as a judge in the First-tier Tribunal.
Strengths: "He is a joy to work with. He is highly intelligent with a keen eye for detail and great with complex covenant disputes." "His opinions and arguments are always well thought through and concise."
Recent work: Acted in an appeal against a decision that the client had obtained a title by adverse possession.
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Max Thorowgood's practice spans the broad range of Chancery and Commercial work with a particular emphasis on matters relating to: land registration; adverse possession; boundary disputes; easements; restrictive covenants; mortgages; and contracts for the sale and purchase of land. He also regularly handles professional negligence claims relating to the areas.
In addition Max deals regularly with disputes relating to commercial and residential leasehold property including: business tenancy renewals; dilapidations; and the matters falling within the jurisdiction of the Residential Property Division of the First-tier Tribunal.
Called to the Bar in 1995
Appointed Deputy Adjudicator to HM Land Registry in 2008
Appointed as a Tribunal Judge in Land Registration 2013
Appointed as a Tribunal Judge in Residential Property 2018
Chancery Bar Association
Property Bar Association