Croft Solicitors | Restrictive Covenants which require consent
We are delighted that an article on this subject, written by Jonathan Kenwright of Croft Solicitors, and Andrew Francis, a barrister at Serle Court, was included in an edition of the Estates Gazette.
Restrictive Covenants which require consent
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06 Apr Restrictive Covenants which require consent

We are delighted that an article on this subject, written by Jonathan Kenwright of Croft Solicitors, and Andrew Francis, a barrister at Serle Court, was included in an edition of the Estates Gazette.

Jonathan and Andrew offer a case study on obtaining consent for development where a restrictive covenant applies.  To read this very informative article please click here.

As a Consultant Solicitor at Croft Solicitors, Jonathan, has been involved in dispute resolution since he qualified as a solicitor in 1991.  For more information on Jonathan please click here.

Andrew is recognised as a leading authority on the law of restrictive covenants affecting freehold land, and on the law of rights of light.  For more information on Andrew please click here.

For further information on restrictive covenants please click here or contact Jonathan Kenwright on tel: 01242 285855 or email: jonathan.kenwright@croftsolicitors.com