Property and Estates
Alexander Whatley’s Property and Estates practice focuses on disputes between landlords and tenants and he is regularly instructed to advise on property disputes involving Breach of Covenants, Relief from Forfeiture, Construction Contracts and Service Charges.
Commercial Landlord and Tenant
Alexander has a wealth of experience acting for large retailers, developers, pension trusts and public authorities, as well as commercial tenants.
Alexander’s experience covers matters including; lease renewals (incl.1954 act matters), forfeiture, disrepair, dilapidations, and service charge disputes. Understanding the commercial pressures both landlords and tenants are under, Alexander works with his clients to resolve issues and disputes as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Residential Landlord and Tenant
Acting for both landlords and tenants, Alexander advises in all aspects of this sphere from disrepair, breach of covenant, unlawful eviction, trespass and quiet enjoyment to anti-social behaviour nuisance, and harassment including housing related issues, such as homelessness.
‘Alexander has a very analytical mind. He is an extremely well prepared barrister who knows the client's case inside out. He provides his advice in an approachable and user-friendly manner.’
Legal 500 2022/Commercial Litigation/Leading Juniors/Western Circuit
- Kaplan Law School BPTC
- University of Southampton LLB Law
- Inner Temple Profumo Scholarship
- Inner Temple Major Exhibition Award
- Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Kaplan BPTC Future Potential Scholarship
Professional qualifications & appointments
- London Commercial Bar Association
- BPP Civil Forensic Accountancy Course
- Commercial Bar Association