Senior (10+ yrs call)
Richard is frequently instructed in a wide range of contentious probate issues including formal validity of wills, fraud, want of knowledge and approval and capacity.
He has a strong reputation for his expertise in mediation and negotiation where his mature, practical approach and ability to build rapport with both clients and opponents secures advantageous settlements.
Having spent 18 months, before coming to the Bar, working with the housing team at North Kensington Law Centre, Richard is particularly well-known for his deep understanding and experience of housing matters, including possession and disrepair as well as allocations issues, homelessness applications and appeals.
Caridon Properties v Shooltz – 2 February 2018: 2018 WL 05822845;  2 WLUK 712 instructed for the successful tenant establishing the principle that where a Landlord has failed to give a copy of the last Gas Safety Record before a tenant begins to occupy they cannot thereafter rely on a Section 21 Notice.
X, Y, Z, A v B, C & D - Seven-day Chancery division contentious probate trial representing the executor and beneficiaries against other beneficiaries. This involved points of proprietary estoppel, capacity, want of knowledge and approval.
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