isurv authors - Browne, James

Record details

James Browne
Job title and company
Barrister, Lamb Chambers
Section and channel

James Browne was called to the Bar in 1994. His expertise includes all aspects of landlord & tenant law, both residential and commercial, including: disrepair and dilapidations; nuisance and anti-social behaviour; unlawful subletting; rent reviews; service charge disputes (including declaratory relief); possession claims under all statutory regimes and under common law; all issues arising out of the 2004 tenancy deposit protection legislation (both as originally enacted and after amendment under the Localism Act 2011); all claims and applications under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954; trusts of land (especially trusts for sale and disputes following break-up of unmarried couples); easements, options, adverse possession and boundary disputes; and professional negligence of letting agents.

Company biography

Lamb Chambers is a long-established and forward-looking set of barristers' chambers, specialising in the resolution of Commercial (including employment), Personal Injury and Medical Negligence, and Property disputes, as well as non-contentious work, based in well-appointed offices in the heart of the Temple.