Residential Landlord & Tenant

Our Residential Landlord & Tenant Expertise

Residential leases and tenancies are governed not only by the terms of the agreement reached between the parties but also by a complex web of legislation designed to protect tenants’ rights.

Tanfield is a leading specialist Residential Landlord & Tenant set. It has an enviable reputation for expertise in disputes involving residential leases and tenancies.

With one of the largest Landlord & Tenant teams at the bar, members of Tanfield are well known for their expertise in all the issues which can arise as part of the landlord and tenant relationship. In the residential field, work includes Enfranchisement, Lease Extensions, Variation of Leases, Right to Manage issues and Service Charge disputes. Tanfield also has particular expertise in Forfeiture, Possession Actions, Rights of First Refusal issues and Disrepair claims.

Our Residential Landlord & Tenant Clients

Tanfield’s clients include leading specialist law firms, large and small landlords and tenants, property developers and commercial organisations.

Our Residential Landlord & Tenant Barristers


Philip Rainey QC

Call 1990 Silk 2010

Kerry Bretherton QC

Call 1992 Silk 2016

Christopher Heather QC

Call 1995 Silk 2017

Andrew Butler QC

Call 1993 Silk 2018

Timothy Polli QC

Call 1997 Silk 2018

Michael Bailey

Call 1986

Mark Loveday

Call 1986

Michael Buckpitt

Call 1988

Chris Maynard

Call 1988

Nicholas Isaac QC

Call 1993 Silk 2019

Stan Gallagher

Call 1994

Robert Bowker

Call 1995

Piers Harrison

Call 1997

Daniel Dovar

Call 1997

James Fieldsend

Call 1997

Nicola Muir

Call 1998

Marc Glover

Call 1999

Adrian Carr

Call 1999

Rebecca Cattermole

Call 1999

Ellodie Gibbons

Call 1999

Carl Fain

Call 2001

Tim Hammond

Call 2003

Jonathan Upton

Call 2004

Amanda Gourlay

Call 2004

Gemma de Cordova

Call 2006

Michael Walsh

Call 2006

Sam Madge-Wyld

Call 2008

Niraj Modha

Call 2010

Richard Alford

Call 2011

Katie Gray

Call 2013

Chloe Sheridan

Call 2015

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