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David Partington

Timeshare mis-selling and Abbott v RCI Europe

David Partington handles all aspects of chancery work in relation to real and intellectual property. He also deals with all aspects of commercial chancery remedies; including constructive trusts and fiduciary obligations, directors’ duties, undue influence and equitable fraud.

Mr Partington suggests claimants attempting to challenge the recent victory for timeshare providers have been wrongly objecting.

Timeshare disputes involve an unusual intersection between traditional black letter commercial chancery issues on the one hand, and what may broadly be called modern consumer law on the other. To read the full article, click here.

David regularly conducts litigation for and on behalf of local authorities around their rights and obligations as landowners and public authorities, including in respect of rights of common and the law of town and village greens, in which capacity has appeared as both advocate and as inspector in public inquiries.

Contact David’s clerks:

Francine Kirk on 0113 202 8605

Jordan Millican on 0113 213 5207