Source: The Conveyancer
Barrister: Charles Auld
Area of Law: Commercial and Chancery
Date: 19th February 2016
Summary: Pupil Kate Harrington examines the role of the First-tier Tribunal (Land Registration) and asks whether it is meant to be a Court for all registered land disputes (in which case, she argues, it lacks many powers that would normally be associated with such a tribunal) or if it is simply meant to ensure that entries at the Land Registry are up to date (in which case it is overcomplicated and expensive). Charles Auld assisted Kate with some practitioner’s points
View article from the Conveyancer: The new land registration tribunal: Neither fish nor fowl?
Source: St John’s Chambers
Barrister: Philip Robson
Area of Law: Commercial & Chancery
Date: 26th June 2015
Summary: Philip, provides a case analysis on John Richard Saunders v Caerphilly County Borough Council  EWHC 1632 (Ch) where Guy Adams, a member of our Chancery and Commercial team acted for the Claimant Mr Saunders.
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