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Christmas Opening Times

Guildford Chambers will close at 5pm on 22 December 2017. Chambers will be open between 9am-11am on the 28th and … Read More

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To know a ‘Veil’ – Persad v Singh

By Paul Moulder To know a‘Veil’ Not infrequently in practice, one comes across the issue whether personal liability can supplement … Read More

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Accelerated Possession for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy property – New Form

By Paul Moulder For those of you applying for a possession order for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy property, a new … Read More

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Re Amin; Abdulla v Whelan [2017] EWHC 605 (Ch); [2017] 1WLR 3318

  By Christopher McCauley Re Amin; Abdulla v Whelan [2017] EWHC 605 (Ch); [2017] 1WLR 3318 The appeal of Abdulla … Read More

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Nine Guildford Chambers Barristers in Legal 500 2017

Guildford Chambers’ practice areas include Chancery and employment matters, but the set has notable strength in family law, where the … Read More

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Case Law Update – Dickinson v Casillas [2017] EWCA Civ 1254

  By Christopher McCauley Dickinson v Casillas [2017] EWCA Civ 1254 The Background The parties are neighbours and have title … Read More

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Case Law Update – Wodzicki v Wodzicki [2017] EWCA Civ 95

By Christopher McCauley Wodzicki v Wodzicki [2017] EWCA Civ 95 The Background The appellant and her children had, since its … Read More

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Make Sure Your Charging Order Works

By Matthew Pascall Interim and Final Charging Orders – Registration of Charging Orders – Restrictions – Alternatives to Standard Form … Read More

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Guildford Chambers – new office and conference facilities in Reading

For over 40 years, members of Guildford Barristers Chambers have appeared in cases across the Thames Valley representing individuals, corporate … Read More

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Christmas Opening Times

Guildford Chambers offices will be closed for the Christmas period from 4pm on Friday 23rd December 2016 and will re-open … Read More

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Take Notice!

By Paul Moulder As from 1 December 2016 All those acting for Landlords of Assured Tenants (or Assured Tenants) should … Read More

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Keep me in Suspense – Applying for a Warrant of Possession”?

By Paul Moulder   Cardiff County Council v Lee [2016] EWCA Civ 1034 If a Landlord has the benefit of … Read More

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