David Stevens is a solicitor advocate and head of our real estate litigation team in London.
David regularly advises developers, banks, investors, landlords and corporate occupiers on a full range of property related issues and disputes including rights to light, tenant insolvency, rent review, dilapidations, service charges, forfeiture, restrictive covenants, pre-emption rights, leasehold enfranchisement, land assembly, business rates and possession actions and has been involved in many high profile reported cases.
He also has extensive expertise in relation to actual and potential breaches of contract, distressed developments, debt enforcement and professional negligence claims against valuers and other consultants.
David is a member of the Property Litigation Association. He is described in Chambers UK as singled out by clients as a “very pragmatic lawyer” who provides “well balanced, considered and accurate” advice.
Can Brexit frustrate a lease (thereby bringing it to an end)?.
January 22, 2019
The retail sector in the UK has suffered a number of high-profile casualties in recent months – a development that has parallels in a number of jurisdictions – and many other retailers are taking advice and undertaking measures to steer them through the challenging trading environment they face..
June 18, 2018
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Al Rayan Bank Plc (Al Rayan) on a £250 million Sharia-compliant securitisation of home purchase plans (HPPs)..
February 16, 2018
The government has today (June 4, 2014) announced a draft infrastructure bill in the Queen’s Speech to “enhance the United Kingdom’s energy independence and security.
June 04, 2014