Joshua provides advocacy and advice on litigation principally in the High Court and County Court, but he also appears in the First-Tier and Upper Tribunals.
Joshua’s property practice includes familiar property work, such as neighbour disputes (boundaries, nuisance, rights of way), and the full range of residential and commercial landlord and tenant matters. He also accepts instructions in property law more broadly, such as applications under TOLATA 1996, mortgages, commons and agricultural tenancies.
I am regularly instructed in real property matters and neighbour disputes, including:
Joshua’s practice encompasses the whole range of residential and commercial landlord and tenant advice and advocacy, including:
He has advised and advocated in a variety of cases related to local government powers and duties, for instance providing advice to local authorities on human rights and discrimination issues, and representing clients across a range of public and regulatory law issues: from planning breach injunctions to parking enforcement, age disputes, and private and local authority prosecutions (such as Environmental Protection Act 1990, trading standards and benefit fraud)
. He also has experience of professional disciplinary proceedings .
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