Property and Estates News

3PB welcomes property barrister Antonietta Grasso

We are delighted to welcome Antonietta Grasso to our Property and Estates team. Antonietta is consistently recognised in the legal directories as a Leading Junior in the field of Property Law. The Legal 500 directory describe her as “a feisty, excellent and stalwart advocate”. She specialises in all property related matters including: landlord and tenant (both commercial and residential) […]

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Contentious probate barrister joins 3PB’s leading trusts and probate team

Lydia Pemberton (2006 call) has joined 3PB‘s leading specialist trusts and probate team. Lydia specialises in all aspects of contentious probate matters, in particular Inheritance Act claims, and also offers advice and representation in TOLATA disputes.  She is often enlisted at the pre-litigation stage and will then remain instructed to work as part of the legal team representing the client through to resolution of the […]

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James Davies examines "The Importance of Making a Will and Tricky Issues" in LexisNexis Webinar

James Davies appeared  in a LexisNexis Webinar entitled “The Importance of Making a Will and Tricky Issues”. James talked about statutory wills, in the context of testators who lacked capacity, and how to guard against claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975. James has a commercial and chancery practice, with an […]

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Advice of 3PB Barrister sitting as an Inspector in Village Green Inquiry approved in Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has recently restored the finding of 3PB planning and public law barrister William Webster on statutory incompatibility in his report when sitting as an Inspector in a village green inquiry for Surrey County Council in 2015. The decision of Gilbart J on this issue (in which he rejected the inspector’s advice […]

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3PB Barristers are proud to announce three Recorder appointments

3PB Barristers are delighted to announce that three of their barristers have been appointed as Recorders. Lawrence Messling, is assigned to sit on the North Eastern Circuit dealing with Family matters. William Hansen has been assigned to sit on the South Eastern Circuit dealing with Criminal matters. Mathew Gullick has also been assigned to sit […]

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James Davies co-presents on disclaiming leases in insolvency situations

James Davies gave a LexisNexis Webinar on the subject of the practical implications of the disclaiming of leases in insolvency situations; in particular the impact on guarantors and liability for business rates. He co-presented the webinar with Katie Farmer, Legal Director and Head of Asset Recovery at Ashfords LLP. Subscribers to LexisNexis can view the […]

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Journal of Planning and Environment Law publishes a superb review of Webster and Weatherley’s “Restrictions on the Use of Land”

In a review authored by Dr Ashley Bowes, the Journal of Planning and Environment Law has positively commented on “Restrictions on the Use of Land”, William Webster and Robert Weatherley’s planning law reference book. Click here to read the review. Published by Wildy, Simmonds & Hill the book covers the law and practice in a number […]

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The Law Society Gazette reviews William Webster and Robert Weatherley's Book: "Restrictions on the Use of Land"

3PB planning and land experts William Webster and Robert Weatherley's book has been reviewed by planning solicitor Kate James of TLT in the Law Society Gazette. The book is described as "a handy signpost" with "its ability to offer a wealth of information at your fingertips, so that it can be quickly referred to or […]

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