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Edward Millett

T: +44 20 7809 2368 M: +44 7720 092 331 Email Edward | vCard Office: London

Edward Millett Associate

Contact details

Edward Millett

Edward Millett

T: +44 20 7809 2368 M: +44 7720 092 331 Email Edward | vCard Office: London

Ed is an associate in the property litigation team. He advises on a wide range of property and commercial litigation matters, including landlord-and-tenant and partnership disputes. He also advises on lease renewals, dilapidations issues and tenant insolvency, including voluntary arrangements.
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Ed is a member of the Property Litigation Association.

Ed has worked on partnership disputes, including in the social housing industry, developing experience in this area of law. He has also acted for clients on a range of rights of light issues and rent recovery actions.

  • Real estate litigation
  • Commercial litigation

Multiple tenants of a residential block in the City

Acting for multiple tenants negotiating the release of rights of light to the developers of a neighbouring development project.

Several landlords of major UK high-street retail businesses 

Acting for multiple commercial landlords on rent recovery claims, including in the High Court, relating to sites impacted by the pandemic.

Several landlords of UK businesses in the private member's club, fast food and homewares sectors

Advising several landlords on the implications of tenant Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVAs) insolvency arrangements.

More: Real estate litigation

The directors of a social housing community interest company in the UK

Mediation and settlement of an unfair prejudice claim concerning a social housing property business.

The directors of a real estate portfolio with holdings in the UK and Iraqi Kurdistan

Advising partners in the business on aspects of partnership law in relation to historic and ongoing litigation in the UK and Iraq, including choice-of-jurisdiction and cross-border issues. 

Tenant of a supermarket business 

Advising on professional indemnity claims against insurance providers and brokers in relation to property damage.

More: Commercial litigation

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