Jeremy specialises in all aspects of landlord and tenant litigation including opposed and unopposed lease renewals, dilapidation claims, leasehold enfranchisement, possession actions, service charge disputes, and rent reviews.
His particular specialism relates to residential landlord and tenant issues.
Jeremy is admitted to practise in England & Wales.
- Successfully upheld the validity of a break-notice in the High Court (MW Trustees Limited v Telular Corporation  L&TR 19)
- Successfully represented a landmark case in the Supreme Court to establish what is a “house” for the purposes of Leasehold Reform (Lexgorge v Howard de Walden Estates Limited).  1 WLR 2884)
- Acted for proceedings in the High Court to establish what is a “qualifying long term agreement” for the purposes of recovering a service charge from residential tenants (Paddington Basin Developments Limited v West End Quay Estate Management Limited  27 EG 86)
- Acted for an appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) relating to a collective enfranchisement claim of a prestigious block of flats in the West End (82 Portland Place (Freehold) Limited v Howard de Walden Estates Limited  UKUT 0133 LC). This is one of the largest collective enfranchisement claims to date