Zachary Bredemear

Call: 1996
Senior (10+ yrs call)

"He has a deep understanding of property-related professional negligence."
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In the area of property law Zachary has particular expertise and experience in the fields of commercial landlord and tenant law and issues relating to development land such as options, easements, restrictive covenants and mortgages. He also regularly advises local authorities on a variety of property related issues such as those relating the disposal of land or the management of gypsy and traveller sites.

Zachary has an extensive professional negligence practise, mostly dealing with claims against surveyors, architects and solicitors carrying out conveyancing or litigation. His work often involves complicated factual and legal disputes and he has a particular interest in claims seeking the recovery of lost profits.

Much of Zachary's work involves the construction and application of contracts. He regularly advises and acts in commercial disputes of all kinds including those concerning business sale agreements, joint venture agreements, supply agreements and banking facilities.

He is authorised to accept instructions under the Public Access Scheme.
Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 Rankings
Legal 500 2021

Property Litigation - Leading Juniors - Tier 5 - ‘Very experienced in all aspects of property litigation with an expansive knowledge of case law in this area.’

Chambers & Partners 2020

Real Estate Litigation (Juniors) Band 5
Has a significant property practice, with a specific focus on property-linked professional negligence cases. He often appears on behalf of developers acting against surveyors, architects and solicitors. Bredemear handles cases relating to mortgages, development issues and commercial landlord and tenant law. His flair for appellate work has taken him to the Court of Appeal on numerous occasions.
"He is very experienced, practical and has in-depth knowledge of property law and procedure. He is good on his feet in front of a judge and also at client meetings."

Recent work: Acted for the owners of a shopping centre which has forfeited the premises of a nightclub with a sex entertainment licence after the club's dancers propositioned and touched undercover local authority officers

  • Chancery Bar Association

  • Professional Negligence Bar Association

  • Property Bar Association


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