Bill Hanbury case raises important issues for landlords

August 11, 2015

William Hanbury from Exchange Chambers has appeared in a case at the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) which raised important issues for landlords.

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William Hanbury was instructed by Weightmans.

An accomplished barrister with more than thirty years of experience, Bill practises in most areas of commercial dispute resolution with an emphasis on property law including landlords and tenant (commercial and residential), conveyancing, trusts of land disputes, Inheritance Act claims and disputes over partnership property including professional negligence claims arising out of these practice areas.

Bill has extensive experience of all types of leasehold disputes including agricultural holdings, business lease renewal and the various types of residential tenancy protection. Bill regularly appears at all levels of the court and tribunal system including the Supreme Court and has been instructed in mediations about a variety of property issues including easements, boundaries and dilapidations.

Since joining chambers in 2008, Bill has advised local and other public authorities as well as companies and individuals and appeared at all levels of the courts and tribunals system including the Lands Chamber, Administrative Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

Bill is consistently recommended as a leading individual in both Chambers and Partners UK and the Legal 500 guides.