Property law encompasses all disputes relating to titles to land and interests in land, such as mortgages, leases, caveats, easements and covenants.
Land is usually an asset of substantial value in relation to other assets of the parties affected, and a complex and variety of interests subsist in it, and so it is frequently the subject matter of civil and commercial disputes.
Our members are experienced in property law transactions and disputes. They are regularly involved as counsel, mediators or arbitrators in high value disputes and precedent-setting cases.
Bankside Chambers is very pleased to advise that Michael Morrison has joined its set.
A recent Privy Council judgment on Equity Trust (Jersey) Ltd v Halabi  UKPC 36 considered fundamental trust law issues. Bankside Member Jeremy Johnson provides his expert analysis on The Board’s decision, breaking it down into four key issues.