Daniel is a member of the firm’s Dispute Resolution Team in Brighton and Hove. He has experience in dealing with a wide range of disputes and has particular expertise in landlord and tenant disputes, contractual disputes, and possession proceedings relating to residential and commercial properties.
Daniel is also able to advise clients of their rights under the Consumer Credit Act 1974. In addition, he has a particular interest in licensing cases involving Local Authorities.
Daniel is often instructed by private individuals and commercial clients and is able to tailor the advice that he gives depending upon the identity of his clients and the nature of their dispute.
Experience and approach
Daniel’s approach is to take detailed instructions at the outset of the case, and then to consider with his clients the options available to them in resolving their disputes in the swiftest and most cost effective way. He often recommends to clients the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution, including mediation, as a way of resolving their disputes in a more cost effective way. However, Daniel will not hesitate to take a robust and direct approach to litigation when this is in the best interests of his clients.
Areas of expertise
- Landlord & Tenant disputes
- Contractual disputes
- Professional Negligence claims
- Misrepresentation claims
- Consumer issues including claims under the Consumer Credit Act 1974
- Shareholder/Director disputes
- Contentious probate
What Daniel’s clients say
Daniel’s clients praise his approach in dealing with disputes and say that his advice is given without the use of technical terminology and is therefore easy to understand.
Misrepresentation/Consumer Credit claims
Daniel guided a number of clients through the litigation process where they had been sold plots of land with the assurance that the sites would be granted planning permission; commonly referred to as ‘land banking’. Due to the plots being purchased by the use of a credit card, Daniel was able to recover the amounts invested by the clients, plus interest and costs, from the client’s lender.
Landlord & Tenant
Daniel advised a group of leaseholders upon the making of an application to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) for the appointment of a manager to deal with the day-to-day running of their block of flats due to an absent freeholder.
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