Year of call 2008
Sam Madge-Wyld’s practice encompasses every aspect of landlord & tenant and real property law, with a particular focus on leasehold and management disputes. He regularly acts for freeholders, surveyors, property managers and leaseholders throughout the country in the First-Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber), Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), High Court and county court.
He is recommended by both the Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 guides and is said to be “Extremely confident and very impressive” (Chambers & Partners 2018).
Sam, in addition to his busy practice, writes extensively in his areas of expertise. He is the co-author of Defending Possession Proceedings (2016), Housing Law Casebook (2017) and Quiet Enjoyment: Protection from Rogue Landlords (2017) and regularly writes articles for a number of legal journals and publications. He also lectures and teaches solicitors, property managers, private landlords and letting agents at conferences and seminars across the country.
He accepts instructions on a direct access basis from the public.
Sam acts for residential and commercial lessors, lessees, property managers and surveyors on a wide variety of leasehold disputes including:
He presents seminars and speaks at conferences on the recovery of ground rent, service and administration charges, lease variations, service of property notices and the application of the Equality Act 2010 to leasehold premises.
Sam advises and acts for clients in all areas of property law including:
Sam, as a part of his real property practice, acts for and against banks, other lenders and LPA receivers in all types of mortgage litigation.”
Sam advises and acts on property related professional negligence for and against managing agents, surveyors and solicitors.