Oliver Park, Associate
Oliver advises individuals and commercial clients on a wide range of property related disputes.
Oliver has experience in a range of contentious landlord and tenant matters, both residential and commercial. Oliver also advises on, amongst other things, restrictive covenants, easements and rights of light. He also acts in cases involving boundary disputes, possession actions and compulsory purchase orders.
Oliver is a member of the firm’s dedicated HS2 team, acting for clients who are affected or potentially affected by HS2.
Oliver Park is admitted to practise in England and Wales
An abuse of process to relitigate a decision by the Land Registry (Ainscough v. Ainscough)
Oliver Park writes for Lexis®PSL on the recent court decision regarding Ainscough v Ainscough.
Relief from forfeiture – delay of less than six months unlikely to be fatal to the grant of relief from forfeiture
Reviewing a recent case of Keshwala and another v Bhalsod to get a better insight on relief from forfeiture.
Q&A: The effect of the dissolution of a management company named in a lease
Where the named manager in a tripartite lease is dissolved, do its rights and obligations under the terms of the lease pass to the Crown?
Adverse possession and registered land
The importance of seeking legal advice when making a claim for adverse possession.
Q&A: Assured shorthold tenancy?
If a party with an assured tenancy signs a new agreement it is an assured shorthold tenancy pursuant to section 19A of the Housing Act 1988.
Q&A: Are restrictive covenants extinguished if land ends up back in the ownership of the person who imposed them?
Oliver Park writes for Lexis Nexis Ask Forum on the extinguishment of restrictive covenants.
Property Patter: Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
In the first in our Property Patter podcast series, the team discuss the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
Redevelopment: was the proposed use of a right of way excessive?
This issue was considered by the Court in the recent decision of Stanning v. Baldwin  EWHC 1350.