Commercial and Residential Property
As a leading commercial property set, Three Lions Chambers can advise clients on all aspects of commercial property matters, including:

  • Renewals and terminations under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
  • Rent reviews
  • Dilapidations and repair
  • Alterations and improvements
  • Breach of covenant
  • Service charges
  • Forfeiture and relief
  • Options and break clauses
  • Injunctions
  • Mortgages, charges and charging orders
  • Restrictive covenants and easements
  • Rights to light
  • Development and planning
  • Overage
  • Electronic Communications
  • Mines and minerals
  • Professional negligence

Three Lions Chambers also specialises in all aspects of residential property law. Members of Chambers advise on and appear regularly in courts and tribunals of all levels dealing with residential property issues, including:

  • Conveyancing and land registration
  • Residential development
  • Rights of light
  • Contracts, options and rights of pre-emption
  • Overage and valuation of housing land
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Licences of land
  • Statutory security of tenure and possession claims
  • Property related torts: nuisance and trespass
  • Quiet enjoyment
  • Boundaries
  • Adverse possession
  • Beneficial interests, co-ownership and trusts of land
  • Proprietary estoppel
  • Easements and restrictive covenants
  • Service charges and estate rent charges
  • Repairs, alterations, improvements and the fabric of buildings
  • Enfranchisement
  • Managers, receivers and RTM companies
  • Rights of first refusal
  • Mortgages, charges, charging orders and subrogation
  • Finance and insolvency
  • Rectification of documents and title
  • Construction of documents
  • Contractual disputes
  • Deposits
  • Planning, compulsory purchase and compensation
  • Professional negligence (surveyors, legal professionals etc)
  • Mixed use buildings

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At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst. — Aristotle