"an excellent set which is smart, efficient, responsive and commercial"
Chambers UK


Chambers has a well-deserved reputation in property litigation, being recognised as one of the leading sets in London by both Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500.

Members of Chambers of all levels of seniority regularly advise on both contentious and non-contentious property matters. Members represent a wide variety of clients including individuals, companies and public authorities in the High Court, the County Courts, the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber), the Upper Tribunal (Lands), the Upper Tribunal (Tax & Chancery) and the Appellate Courts, as well as in arbitration.

Real Property issues dealt with on a regular basis include easements, restrictive covenants, boundary disputes, rights of light, mortgages and charges, registration of title, conveyancing disputes, co-ownership and beneficial interests, licences, options, overage and adverse possession.

Members also deal with the full spectrum of both commercial and residential landlord & tenant matters, including 1954 Act renewals, service charge disputes, consents, assignments, breaches of covenant, forfeiture, break notices, dilapidations and possession actions.

Individual specialisms within Chambers include restrictive covenants, rights of light, land registration, injunctive relief and the law relating to water and waterways.

News & Events

  • News

    Andrew Bruce interviewed by LexisPSL on Payne v Maldon DC

    Andrew Bruce was interviewed by LexisPSL this week about the decision of the Upper Tribunal in Payne v.... Read More


    Andrew Bruce writes for New Law Journal

    In an article for New Law Journal, Andrew Bruce explains the grounds for sweeping away a leasehold covenant under... Read More

  • Events

    Simon Gore Property Litigation 2019 Conference

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    Serle Court Property Conference 2019: Trouble at Mall

    Location: Lincoln's Inn Old Hall, 16 Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London WC2A 3TL Read More

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