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    Substantial disposals by administrators in the first 8 weeks: when is the purchaser a connected person?

    David Pollard has been looking at the statutory provisions dealing with substantial disposals by a company in administration in the first 8 weeks of the administration.  When is a potential purchaser a connected person under the new provisions that come... Read more

    By David Pollard
    Monday 5 December 2022

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    Not just another article about BTI v Sequana

    This article was first published in ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine Issue 11. Click here to view the full article  

    By Daniel Lewis
    Monday 5 December 2022

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    Butterworths Property Law Handbook

    Jonathan Davey KC | Benjamin Faulkner
    November 2022

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    Does a third party owe a duty of care to a beneficiary?

    To read and download this piece as a pdf, please click here. Commentary by Andrew Mold KC Establishing that a duty of care is owed to a beneficiary by a third party (i.e. someone other than the trustee or a person with... Read more

    By Andrew Mold KC
    Thursday 24 November 2022

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    Jonathan Seitler KC and Clare Stanley KC win at Chambers Bar Awards 2022

    We are absolutely delighted to have picked up two awards at last night’s Chambers UK Bar Awards 2022. Jonathan Seitler KC won ‘Real Estate Silk of the Year‘! Clare Stanley KC won ‘Chancery Silk of the Year‘! A huge thank you to... Read more

    Friday 18 November 2022

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    Recent Cases

    Bond & anor v Webster & ors features in the Telegraph and the Daily Mail

    Trusts, probate and estates: contentious

    Clare Stanley KC
    Thursday 17 November 2022

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    Proprietary estoppel after Guest v Guest [2022] UKSC 27

    John McGhee KC and Daniel Petrides discuss the Supreme Court’s recent re-casting of the law of proprietary estoppel in Guest v Guest [2022] UKSC 27. 

    John McGhee KC | Daniel Petrides
    Monday 14 November 2022

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    Paul Newman KC awarded the Wallace Medal

    Wilberforce Chambers is delighted to congratulate Paul Newman KC for winning the Wallace Medal, presented at the Association of Pension Lawyers annual conference last night, for his title released earlier this year, ‘A Practitioner’s Guide to Correcting Mistakes in Pension Schemes’. For... Read more

    Friday 11 November 2022

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    Tiffany Scott KC – New Chair of The Property Bar Association

    Wilberforce Chambers congratulates Tiffany Scott KC on her appointment as Chair of the Property Bar Association. The appointment is a year’s term of office and Tiffany can stand for re-election twice.

    Monday 7 November 2022

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    Chambers and Partners UK Bar 2023: “Wilberforce’s depth and breadth of expertise is among the best in the industry.”

    We are delighted to announce our continued success in the latest edition of Chambers & Partners, highlighting collective strength across our core practice areas and the expertise and experience of members of chambers and staff. We are recognised as a... Read more

    Tuesday 25 October 2022

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    Pension Trustee Companies: An Update after Lehtimäki [2020] UKSC 33

    This article was published in Trust Law International, Vol. 36, No. 2, 2022 Click here to view the full article

    By Robert Ham KC | David Pollard
    Friday 21 October 2022

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    Re Snowden and the Charities Act 2022

    To read and download this piece as a pdf, please click here. Commentary by Michael Furness KC. Re Snowden [1970] Ch 700 will be familiar to practitioners as the case which affirmed the principle, established in earlier case law, that the Attorney-General has... Read more

    By Michael Furness KC
    Thursday 20 October 2022

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