|About Paul Wilmshurst
Paul Wilmshurst is ranked by the Legal 500 as a leading junior in Property Litigation and Agriculture and by Chambers and Partners as a leading individual in Agriculture and Rural Affairs. His practice embraces all aspects of land law.
Paul is particularly active and well-known for acting in cases which concern public rights over land or which have administrative law aspects. For example, town/village greens, commons, public rights of way, public open space, foreshore rights, and environmental cases. Paul is the author of the Village Green and Commons chapters of the Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents. He is a very experienced public inquiry advocate and has appeared in notable court proceedings.
Paul regularly contributes to legal journals and gives seminars.
The result of cases where it is contended that private rights of way have arisen by 20 years long use as of right can often be hugely significant to landowners both in terms of the value of the land and its usability. Yet the law on easements has become ever more complex with many cases in the higher courts in the 15 years.
Join Paul Wilmshurst as he boils the complexities down to 10 key things to look out for when assessing the strength of your client’s case. This webinar will be of interest to solicitors who regularly deal with such disputes as well as those with less or even no experience of them.
This free-of-charge webinar will be presented from rights of way and property law specialist Paul Wilmshurst. It will last 1 hour on Friday 25th September at 11am - 12 noon.
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