Megan Davies, Associate
Megan specialises in advising clients on a wide range of contentious property issues.
AboutMegan specialises in advising clients (including developers, landed estates, institutional investors, charities, and individuals) on a wide range of contentious property issues.
Megan is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
- Commercial landlord and tenant including breaches of lease covenants, advice on forfeiture, break options and service of break notices, dilapidations, and lease renewals;
- Residential landlord and tenant including enfranchisement, breaches of lease covenants, rent and/or service charge arrears recovery, advice on forfeiture, advising on the enforceability of landlord-made regulations;
- Development specific advice including rights of light advice and strategic assistance, advice on other easements such as rights of way, vacant possession strategies e.g. where development sites are occupied under agricultural tenancies or other; and
- Other property issues including boundary disputes, trespass, restrictive covenants, and rectification of title.
Does overlooking constitute a nuisance?
Megan Davies has written for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on the law of nuisance.
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In the Press
James Souter and Megan Davies appear on the Estates Gazette podcast to discuss the Court of Appeal's decision in the Tate Modern Gallery appeal
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