At Forum we understand the importance of property law for businesses and individuals. We have a wealth of experience in providing accurate, timely and commercially orientated legal advice on a wide range of property law issues.
Our members are able to advise businesses and individuals on all aspects of land law and property disputes with clarity. We regularly advise and act on a range of property matters, including:
In addition, all members of chambers are active in Forum’s core areas of financial services, insolvency, professional negligence, and property. This means that Forum is able to excel for those clients who find themselves at the intersection of these areas. For example, mortgage lenders face overlapping issues of land law and financial services regulation, whether under the Financial Services and Markets Act or under the remnants of the Consumer Credit Act; Trustees in Bankruptcy will want to claim possession of the bankrupt’s home but will often have to reckon with pure property law issues at the same time as the insolvency regime; commercial landlords may want to forfeit a business tenancy but find themselves facing an insolvent tenant; and private individuals may be behind on their mortgage payments but at the same time have legitimate complaints against the lender for breach of the Mortgage Conduct of Business Rules, for unfair default charges, or about the circumstances in which the loan was made in the first place. Our expertise across these areas mean we are well placed to provide comprehensive advice on issues of this nature as and when they arise.
We are also able to provide advice and representation on short notice in respect of urgent matters such as injunctions and possession orders.
Notable recent cases in this area include: