Mark Warwick QC - Selborne Chambers
Mark Warwick QC
Areas of practice:
  • Real Estate & Property Law
Selborne Chambers

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Mark’s practice has its focus in contentious Chancery work, especially Property. Recommended in the Legal 500 as "one of the most experienced and well-regarded juniors in property litigation, Mark is widely recognised at the Bar for his specialist property practice. He has extensive knowledge in contracts relating to construction and enforcement of commercial agreements.

He also advises on property related professional negligence and is recognised for his expertise in contentious chancery work including partnership and trusts of land.He is rated as 1 of the top 20 juniors in property litigation in Chambers and the Legal 500.

He has had nearly 50 reported case on Lawtel in the last 5 years. His recent successes include:

London Diocesan Fund v Avonridge (House of Lords rules that an original landlord may successfully exclude liability after it has parted with its interest in a property);

Business Environment v Deanwater (2007) ( Court of Appeal rules that landlords representations prior to the grant of a lease did not constitute a collateral contract);

Leonora v Mott McDonald (Court of Appeal rules in 2008 that landlord could not recover any service charges because it had failed to follow the prescribed machinery in a lease) and;

Bindra v Chopra (Court of Appeal rules in 2009 that a trust deed was valid despite part of it appearing to contravene an established rule of trust law)

Mark also regularly publishes articles in the legal press, including the Property Law Journal, Solicitors Gazette and New Law Journal

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