Jack Webb

Year of Call: 2016
Email Address: jack.webb@3pb.co.uk
Telephone: 0117 928 1520

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Property and Estates

Jack is frequently instructed in the County Court on matters such as:

Landlord & Tenant

  • Social Housing, with growing expertise in ASBI applications and Equality Act claims
  • Residential and Commercial possession claims
  • 1954 Act terminations
  • Forfeiture and Relief from Forfeiture
  • Rent Arrears and Service Charge disputes

Real Property

  • Boundary Disputes
  • Nuisance
  • Trespass
  • Easements

Recent cases include

  • PTR on multi-track possession claim featuring S.15 Equality Act 2010 arguments
  • Urgent ex parte ASBI injunctions
  • Local Council S.30(1)(e)-(g) 1954 Act claim
  • Advising, drafting, and appearing in various possession claims under Section 8 and 21 Housing Act 1988


Instructing solicitor recommendations:

“He is approachable, helpful, and efficient.”

“Jack obtained the order we needed and the client was very satisfied with the outcome. Great service all round!”

“Really impressed with the work he did here – not just the result – but he took it all in his stride – no panicking or complaints about the woeful standard of instruction! His post hearing report is also first class. I’d be happy to use Jack on future instructions and will pass this onto the wider team as well.”

“A pleasure to work with.”

“Very impressed.”

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Academic qualifications

  • Law with Politics (LLB) - The University of Manchester: First Class (Hons)
  • BPTC - The University of the West of England: Outstanding


  • BPTC Academic Prize - Inner Temple
  • Yarborough-Anderson Scholarship - Inner Temple
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award - Inner Temple
  • Exhibition Award - Inner Temple
  • Damien Bourke Mooting Prize - University of Manchester
  • Winner, DLA Piper Debating Competition - University of Manchester
  • RG Lawson Prize (Administrative Law) - University of Manchester
  • RG Lawson Prize (Constitutional Law) - University of Manchester