Rebecca Cattermole

Year of call 1999

Instructing Rebecca
For further information or to instruct Rebecca please contact one of our following clerks:

Alex Southern
Practice Managers

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Kieron Hatwell
Practice Managers

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Chambers & Partners 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)

“Approachable and responsive and goes above and beyond what is asked.” “Commercial, practical and quick on her feet.”

“A tenacious and knowledgeable counsel who is particularly good at complex cases involving Equality Act issues.” “She is bright, thorough and extremely reliable.”

Chambers & Partners 2019 (Social Housing)

“Well regarded by clients and excellent on her feet.”

Legal 500 2018 (Property Litigation)

“She provides an excellent service and is very client friendly.’

Legal 500 2018 (Agriculture)

“The perfect choice for difficult anti-social behaviour matters.”

Legal 500 2018 (Social Housing)

“Excellent on her feet and unrivalled when it comes to committal applications.”

Legal 500 2017 (Property Litigation)

“Very well regarded.”

Legal 500 2017 (Agriculture)

“Excellent on difficult anti-social behaviour matters.”

Legal 500 2017 (Social Housing)

“Her paperwork is superb. She is bright and tenacious.”

Chambers UK 2017 (Social Housing)

“Super-bright and super-sharp.”

Legal 500 2016 (Property Litigation)
  • Service Charges & Management: Law & Practice 3rd Edition (Sweet & Maxwell)
  • Contributor to Halsbury’s Laws of England, Local Government, Vol 69
  • Contributor to Jowitt’s Dictionary of English Law (Landlord & Tenant and Housing)
  • Co-author of Anti-Social Behaviour & Disorder: Powers & Remedies (with Scott Collins), 2nd Edition, Sweet & Maxwell (2006)
  • Co-author of Anti-Social Behaviour & Disorder: Powers & Remedies (with Scott Collins), Sweet & Maxwell (2004)
  • BA Hons (Bristol)
  • Agricultural Law Association
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Property Bar Association

Rebecca specialises in real property and all aspects of landlord and tenant law including enfranchisement, dilapidations, easements, nuisance, boundaries and party walls. She has a particular interest in developments and agricultural land and is a fellow of the Agricultural Law Association.

Rebecca has a wide client base ranging from private landowners and developers to the public sector. She is particularly well placed to advise on inter sector issues and the transfer of land from the public sector as well as having extensive experience of the interrelationship between property and human rights.

Areas of expertise

Rebecca has extensive experience in: nuisance; easements; boundary disputes; trusts of land and co-ownership; proprietary estoppel; freehold covenants; adverse possession.

Rebecca has extensive experience of residential and commercial leasehold matters including: enfranchisement; management and service charge disputes; detrmination of breaches under the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002; Rent Act tenancies; tenants’ rights of first refusal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987; lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954; forfeiture of residential and commercial leases; dilapidations and nuisance.

Rebecca advises on agricultural matters involving agricultural holdings and farm business tenancies as well as advising landlowners on property disputes relating to use of land and developments.

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