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Myriam Stacey

Myriam Stacey

YEAR OF CALL 1998MStacey@landmarkchambers.co.uk

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  • PG Lewins Ltd v H3G UK Ltd – acted for the operator in a landmark decision involving previously untested questions of statutory interpretation including the extent of an operator’s immunity from suit under the Electronic Communications Code, before its repeal and the introduction of the New Code, where the operator has agreed in a contract to relocate equipment.
  • 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.