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Brad advises on a broad range of commercial property disputes, acting for both landlords and tenants in respect of Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 lease renewals, dilapidations, forfeiture, exercise of break clauses and service charge disputes.
Additionally, in terms of residential property, he has an interest in leasehold enfranchisement matters, easement interpretations and nuisance disputes.
- Researching and giving advice in a potential proprietary estoppel claim where a crucial part of land was not transferred to a developer client.
- Advising on the claim and successful negotiations in the substantial interference with a landowner’s easement.
- Advising in respect of the successful appeal against a licensing application causing nuisance to the public by way of damage to a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
- Advising with counsel in respect of a nuisance claim based on the significant subsidence of land causing damage to a client’s property.
Brad graduated from the University of Nottingham with a law degree (LLB) in 2012, completing the LPC and a masters in law (LLM) at the University of Law, Bristol.
He was admitted as a solicitor in 2016 after completing his training contract at city firm Maxwell Winward (now Mills and Reeve) with a focus upon property litigation and real estate matters. After spending a year with Bevan Brittan he joined the property litigation team at Wedlake Bell in 2017.
SECURITY OF TENURE RESTORED, BUT AT THE EXPENSE OF LANDLORDS’ FREEDOM TO DEVELOP?
Bradley Trerise’s answer to a readers question was published in The Sunday Times
Tenant insolvency on the high street and the effect of company voluntary arrangements
Breaking Good – Guidance for the successful exercise of break clauses in commercial leases