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Landmark’s property barristers are scheduled to appear in the Supreme Court representing clients in four separate cases in the coming months.

The cases span a wide range of legal issues concerning leaseholders, management companies, property developers and others on issues as varied as the right to manage, the eviction of tenants, the right to privacy and solicitors’ costs in liquidation, amongst a range of other critical issues.

Between November 2021 and March 2022 various Landmark counsel are due to appear before the Supreme Court in the following cases:

  • FirstPort Property Services ltd v Settlers Court RTM Company Ltd and others
    Simon Allison, leading Kimberley Ziya (both of Landmark Chambers) for the Appellant and Rupert Cohen representing the intervener – Listed 10 and 11 November 2021
  • Fearn and others v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery
    Tom Weekes QC, leading Jacob Dean of 5BR with Richard Moules of Landmark Chambers – Listed 7 and 8 December 2021
  • Croydon LBC v Kalonga
    Justin Bates, leading Anneli Robins of 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square – Listed for 12 January 2022
  • Candey Ltd v Russell Crumpler and Christopher Farmer (as Joint Liquidators of Peak Hotels and Resorts Limited (in liquidation)) UKSC 2020/0039
    David Holland QC, leading Stephen Robins of South Square – Listed for 2 and 3 March 2022

Our specialist property barristers have recorded a summary of each case outlining the key issues involved in the cases and bringing us up-to-date on progress in each of these cases so far, providing a look ahead to the key issues which will be decided in the Supreme Court. Click on the links below to access each recording.

FirstPort Property Services ltd v Settlers Court RTM Company Ltd and others

Fearn and others v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery

Croydon LBC v Kalonga

Candey Ltd v Russell Crumpler and Christopher Farmer (as Joint Liquidators of Peak Hotels and Resorts Limited (in liquidation)) UKSC 2020/0039

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