Year of call 1997
Daniel Dover specialises in real property and leasehold law with an emphasis on landlord and tenant.
A leading junior in the Legal 500 for Property Litigation, in which he is described as ‘superb’, ‘particularly good at the Upper Tribunal’ and an ‘Incredible advocate’.
He is also recommended as a leader in the field of Real Estate Litigation in Chambers and Partners who have described him as having ‘Excellent knowledge of property-related disputes’.
He is the co-author of Business Premises (5th Ed), Residential Possession Proceedings (now in its 10th edition), and an editor of the Landlord and Tenant Review as well as a contributor to Chambers’ Service Charges and Management text (3rd Ed).
Daniel sits as a Deputy Chancery Master and Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) Residential Property and Land Registration Divisions.
Daniel’s commercial practice includes business lease renewal claims, property joint venture disputes, rent reviews and forfeiture cases.
He advises regularly on development issues such as restrictive covenants, building restrictions, rights of way and easements.
On the residential side, Daniel deals with service charge disputes and right to manage claims. He receives regular instructions on enfranchisement and transactional matters as well as litigation and professional negligence issues.
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