Ben has a longstanding expertise in all aspects of property law, in particular residential and commercial landlord and tenant, property transfer, registration, possession actions, boundary disputes and rights of way, and disputes concerning chattels. He also has wide experience in probate and intestacy law, both litigious and non-litigious, including applications under the Inheritance Act 1975. Ben is happy to and regularly receives instructions on a direct access basis.
Recent articles by Ben include:
- Hot dogs with chips at the train station: what happens to pets and other chattels upon the breakdown of a relationship?
- Not back to the future? When a dissolved company is restored what happens to its former property?
- New law Journal Vol 166 7686 12 February 2016
“In recent years, I have had the privilege of instructing Mr Caswell on numerous assignments, some involving Opinions, assistance with legal documentation, representation in Court. In each of those occasions he has not only delivered on my desired objectives but his work was achieved with the highest ethics and integrity. Mr Caswell has made the realm of legal issues very easy for lay people. Mr Caswell is a winner, and I would happily recommend his services.”
Testimonial from a direct access client
Ben may accept Public Access work, where he can be instructed directly by a member of the public rather than a solicitor.
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