Commercial and chancery barrister, Natasha Dzameh, has published an article in the final edition of the Trusts and Estates Law and Tax Journal. In this she considers the appropriate approach to remedies in proprietary estoppel claims by reference to Guest v Guest [2022] UKSC 77. This article takes a thorough look at that case all the way from the first instance decision through to the judgment given by the Supreme Court.

View article here.

Further details of Natasha’s wills & trusts practice can be found here. Natasha is described in Chambers UK as someone who “has real technical brilliance. She is skilled at working through tricky cases and finding the best legal route to enable the client to achieve the desired outcome.” “A great go-to counsel for complex matters – very responsive and approachable.” “She is excellent with the clients and able to put them at ease.”

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