+44 (0)20 7353 2484 clerks@falcon-chambers.com

News

Pupillage applications now open

Falcon Chambers are now accepting applications for pupillage.

Read More...

Blundell Lectures Cheque Presentation

Thanks to our terrific 2019 Blundell Lecturers and Audiences, the Blundell Lectures have been able to make generous donations

Read More...

Electronic Communications Code

Code operator in occupation of land under a subsisting agreement that is a 1954 Act tenancy cannot serve a para 20 Code notice seeking code rights with respect to the land; renewal of the tenancy can only be dealt with by utilising the procedure under the

Read More...

Only occupier can confer Code rights.

Falcon Chambers has been involved in the first case under the new Electronic Communications Code to reach the Court of Appeal, CTIL v Compton Beauchamp Estates Ltd [2019] EWCA 1755, CA, which had to consider the meaning of “occupier” and “relevant person”.

Read More...

Premises are not a “flat” unless at some point in their existence someone could have lived in them

Judgment in Aldford House Freehold Ltd v Grosvenor (Mayfair) Estate and K Group was handed down by the Court of Appeal on 1 November 2019.

Read More...