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Myriam Stacey

Myriam Stacey

YEAR OF CALL 1998MStacey@landmarkchambers.co.uk

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  • Acting for Dulwich FC on a contested ground (a), (c) and (g) lease renewal involving security for costs applications. Click here and here for coverage in the Indepedent, and in the Mirror.
  • BMC Properties & Management Limited - February 2013 - Represented appellant on a rating appeal in valuation tribunal concerning issues of statutory construction and the determination of 'effective date' for rating valuation purposes. 
  • Deane v MPS Destinations - February 2013 - Chancery List at Central London County Court - Represented long leasehold owner in a complex multi party dispute arising out of failures to redeem charges over property prior to completion of sales. The proceedings gave rise to a number of inter-connected claims to resolve the dispute including claims against solicitors for breach of solicitors undertakings and a claim against the lessor for breach of covenant to provide good title, breach of quiet enjoyment and derogation from grant.
  • Amaowei v Aryo - March 2013 - Chancery List at Central London County Court - Represented defendant in a trial giving rise to issues of trust, mortgage and equitable accounting for payments alleged to be due following oral agreements reached between trustee and beneficiary.
  • Frequently instructed on a number of “specific performance” disputes, concerning residential developments.
  • Advised and successfully represented in mediation a major law firm in connection with a multi million contractual dispute involving issues of repudiatory breach.
  • Advised and represented developers in relation to claims involving allegations of failure to  use of reasonable endeavours in obtaining planning permission, repudiatory breach and damages.
  • Frequently instructed by developers and commercial parties in a number of cases relating to the construction of commercial  agreements, contractual obligations including the question of implied terms and damages.
  • Acting for a number of telecommunications operators in proceedings under the Telcommunications Code.