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Our barristers are able to advise and represent you in both residential and commercial property matters. For instance, boundary disputes, housing disrepair, planning issues, sale & acquisition of commercial property, landlord & tenant matters, service  charge disputes and matters before the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal.

Headed by our property sector specialist, barrister Ian Mason; cases that we have undertaken recently include a Judicial Review case in the High Court concerning a decision of the planning inspectorate, a  two day multi-track claim  representing the landlord in a three year eviction dispute against Roma Gypsies, where barrister successfully secured an order for possession and successfully had the other sides counter-claim dismissed, in a case concerning  the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, what constitutes an effective notice to quite, and third party rights.

Other recent cases that our barristers have been involved in include a case concerning business  / commercial tenancies  and a case concerning the construction of a lease and licence.

If you have a planning issue, a tenancy dispute, rent arrears claim, a claim for dilapidations, eviction matters, anti-social neighbours, or any other property and housing related issue, then public access barrister Ian Mason can help.

To take advantage of our fixed fee, great value service, call us today to discuss it and arrange a consultation with an affordable public access property law barrister.


Lands Tribunal Attendance Fee:      £750

(includes all preparation).

Notice To Quit Letter:                     £175       

Drafting Tenancy Agreement:          £175

Possession Claim package:              £950

(includes notice to quit letter, drafting application for court and one days attendance at court and ongoing advice).

We can personalise an affordable legal package to suit your needs...


020 7117 6920

Ian Mason


property law specialist

David Mendes da Costa


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There are no hidden charges: all work is undertaken on a fixed fee basis so you know how much it will cost in advance.

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