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Tanfield Chambers

Sam Madge-Wyld

London, UK UK Bar Guide 2021 Ranked in 1 departments

Barrister profile for UK Bar 2021

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UK Bar
Social Housing - London (Bar)

Band 3

Sam Madge-Wyld
Regularly represents both tenants and landlords, including a variety of local authorities, housing associations and applicants. He acts in a wide range of social housing disputes, and has particular experience of appearing in judicial reviews. His considerable knowledge of immigration law complements his social housing work. Madge-Wyld also has notable experience of handling service charge disputes.
Strengths: "He knows housing law backwards."
Recent work: Advised a housing association on how to recover possession from a tenant of temporary accommodation where it had accepted her as a tenant under a mutual exchange.
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