Daniel assists landlords in obtaining quick positive results against tenants in relation to both possession claims and/or proceedings in relation to anti-social behaviour.
Daniel has been a qualified solicitor since March 2014 and has always practiced in housing law throughout his legal career. Prior to qualifying Daniel spent a number of years working for Legal Aid firms developing his knowledge of housing law.
Daniel regularly attends County Court hearings in relation to claims made by social landlords against their tenants.
How Daniel can help you
Daniel specialises in all claims for possession that social landlords bring against their tenants including claims based on rent arrears, anti-social behaviour, breach of tenancy and failed successions.
Daniel also has a comprehensive knowledge of the welfare benefit system (attending Benefit Tribunal hearings in the past pro-bono) and so can advise on how Housing Benefit/Univeral Credit Housing Cost Element Payments issues can be resolved to the benefit of landlords ensuring that they receive rent payments due.
Daniel has run cases up to and including the level of the Court of Appeal where decisions by District Judges have had to be appealed.