3PB Direct

3PB’s Property and Estates team advises people involved in legal disputes or represent them in court. Our clients range from developers and large companies individuals.

Our barristers offer a full service across the real estate sphere, from development to landlord and tenant disputes (both residential and commercial).

In relation to real property and land, 3PB’s barristers are regularly involved in matters such as boundary disputes (including claims about trespass, nuisance and easements), adverse possession, land registration, co-ownership disputes, conveyancing disputes, enforcement and discharge of restrictive covenants and planning (including registering/opposing assets of community value). Our barristers deal with with mortgage disputes, charges and orders for sale and are frequently instructed in property damage cases and cases involving the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.

We also act in landlord and tenant matters relating to both commercial and residential properties. Our barristers offer specific expertise in:

  • Possession claims, both residential and commercial (including forfeiture claims)
  • Management, service charge and other leasehold disputes (including enfranchisement)
  • Homelessness and social housing (including ASBI and ASBO applications)
  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 terminations and renewals
  • Dilapidations disputes.

Our barristers have extensive experience and expertise advising and representing in probate matters, wills and Inheritance Act claims and insolvency matters related to property, particularly where receivers are involved.

In addition, 3PB has a number of barristers who specialise in Court of Protection work, with members’ experience extending to both property and welfare matters across both our Property and Estates group and Family group.

We advise on:

  • Co-ownership and trusts of land
  • Court of Protection
  • Land and boundaries
  • Professional negligence
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Residential housing
  • Probate and estates.

For help and advice please contact Mark Heath on +44 (0)3333 231 586 or email us.

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Property & Estates legal team

Seperator

David Berkley QC

Lawyer since 1979

Geraint Jones QC

Lawyer since 1976

Michael Norman

Lawyer since 1971

William Webster

Lawyer since 1975

Peter Kent

Lawyer since 1978

Gavin Hamilton

Lawyer since 1979

Robin Howard

Lawyer since 1986

William Hansen

Lawyer since 1992

Cheryl Jones

Lawyer since 1996

Joshua Dubin

Lawyer since 1997

Matthew Cannings

Lawyer since 2006

Richard Whitehouse

Lawyer since 2009

Charles Irvine

Lawyer since 2010

Thomas Talbot-Ponsonby

Lawyer since 2011

Robert Weatherley

Lawyer since 2011

Nicole Bollard

Lawyer since 2012

Amy Lush

Lawyer since 2013

Alice de Coverley

Lawyer since 2014

John Jessup

Lawyer since 2014

Oliver Ingham

Lawyer since 2015

Antonida Kocharova

Lawyer since 2015

Rebecca Farrell

Lawyer since 2016

'3PB's property team has solid expertise in commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters; boundary disputes and TOLATA cases are also prominent in the groups' workload.'

'Always willing to assist; the 3PB property team predominantly handles residential and commercial landlord and tenant disputes. Other areas of instruction include property disputes arising out of bankruptcy, housing association matters and dilapidations.