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Liquidation Foundation: the basics of property insolvency Part 2 - landlords with insolvent corporate tenants

Landmark Chambers' barristers discuss insolvency in a talk complimenting their "Property in Quarantine" webinar series.

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About the speakers

David ElvinCamilla Lamont

Camilla is a senior junior who is ranked in tier 1 for real estate litigation by Chambers UK and was named real estate junior of the year at the Chambers UK Bar Awards in 2017.

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Robert Walton QC

Nick Grant

Nick accepts instructions in cases concerning Planning and Compulsory Purchase law, Property law, Administrative, Public and Procurement Law, Environmental law, Commercial Dispute Resolution, and Costs.

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Heather SeargentZia Bhaloo QC

At the outset of her practice Zia had a wide chancery commercial practice, including insolvency, property, company, professional negligence, trusts and commercial disputes.

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Matthew HendersonEvie Barden

Evie has a successful practice that spans the full range of property litigation, with particular strength in cases which involve an insolvency, company or commercial element.

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