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Steele Raymond hosted the 2nd Annual Property Litigation Update for property leaders


Property law is always evolving. So it is important to stay ahead with the right advice.

At the 2nd Annual Property Litigation Update on Tuesday 16th October Steele Raymond hosted a group of property leaders for a free legal update on the latest developments in property litigation.

Hosted by Steele Raymond’s property litigation expert Hannah Dare, property professionals heard legal updates from Emily Betts and Cameron Stocks of Hardwicke Chambers.

With so many changes and intricate details to be considered in any property case, the engaging event encouraged property leaders to share their experiences of dealing with particular issues such as obtain possession from business tenants under the 1954 Act and the ever growing issue of Japanese Knotweed and how the recent Court of Appeal decision in Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v Williams and Waistell [2018] EWCA Civ 1514 clarifies the issue of nuisance.

Hannah Dare, Senior Associate and Head of Property Litigation team at Steele Raymond said:

“We deal with many cases where, with a little forward planning and some sensible legal advice, many challenges can be resolved before becoming a dispute. Our Leading Insight series of events are a wonderful way for attendees to get the chance to discuss their experiences in resolving property disputes in an open and engaging environment with two specialist barristers. We’re delighted to have had so many leaders in the Bournemouth property market attend and look forward to the next event.”

For more information on the property litigation updates, or to discuss how Steele Raymond can assist you in achieving your legal objectives, please contact Hannah Dare on 01202 204 586 or visit our property litigation pages.

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