Year of call 1999
Marc Glover has a successful chancery practice, covering the areas of property, trusts, company / insolvency and commercial / business law.
In 2020 Marc was appointed by the Lord Chief Justice as a Deputy Chancery Master of the High Court sitting in the Rolls Building, London.
In 2021 Marc was appointed as a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) Residential Property and Land Registration Divisions.
Marc Glover has been ranked in the legal guides Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 for a number of years. He is ranked as a leading junior in the Chamber UK Bar Guide 2021 (Real Estate Litigation) and in Legal 500 2021 (Property Litigation, Tier 2).
Marc has developed a sub-specialty in excise & tax, trespass (including boundary disputes and adverse possession) and land registration, in respect of which Marc has successfully appeared in a number of leading cases.
Marc’s practice is primarily in the High Court. He has appeared in the Court of Appeal on numerous occasions and in the Supreme Court on three cases in recent years.
Marc’s cases often feature in the law reports and leading practitioner texts.
Marc is qualified to accept Direct Access clients.
Trusts. Adverse possession, boundaries, easements, restrictive covenants and mortgage actions (commercial and residential). Sale agreements (auction and private treaty) including VAT issues; Transfer of a Going Concern).
Possession actions, unlawful eviction, distress, forfeiture (including Sch B1 Insolvency Act protected cases) and relief, lease renewal, enforcement of covenants (insurance and repair), dilapidations, bailment of tenant’s property, enfranchisement.
Contractual disputes, partnership disputes, the supply of good and services, sale and carriage of goods, debt recovery, banking & finance, joint venture agreements, commercial fraud, agency, factoring and restraint of trade, tax and VAT.
Shareholders’ dispute and minority shareholders’ remedies, directors’ duties & disputes, company meetings and resolutions, memoranda and articles of association, dissolution and restoration of companies, shareholders’ agreements, disqualification of directors.