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Henry Russell

Associate

Home office: Bristol
Also works in: Taunton
Henry Russell - Property Litigation Solicitor - Clarke Willmott Bristol

Henry is approachable and understanding while he excels at finding solutions to factually and legally complex disputes.

Henry is a Solicitor in our Property Litigation team specialising in landlord and tenant disputes, property rights, claims arising out of property transactions (including misrepresentation and professional negligence) and the New Telecommunications Code.

Henry joined Clarke Willmott in 2015 as a paralegal and completed his training contract with the firm gaining experience in Commercial Property, Insolvency and Property Litigation.

He regularly advises on:

  • The rights of landowners under the New Telecommunications Code;
  • Landlord and tenant disputes including forfeiture, recovery of rent and service charge disputes;
  • Residential and non-residential possession claims, including against trespassers;
  • The enforcement and release of easements (including rights of light), restrictive covenants and other property rights;
  • Adverse possession claims; and,
  • Claims arising out of property transactions including professional negligence claims and misrepresentation claims.

Articles by Henry and his team

Construction

Navigating the Green Horizon

With the retail sector undergoing a transformative shift towards sustainability, Construction solicitor Jamie Swan looks at what practical considerations there are for contracting in the green economy from a construction perspective.
Read more on Navigating the Green Horizon
Construction

Building Safety Act (BSA) Update – Retail Focus

The Building Safety Act 2022 came into force from 1 April 2023 following safety concerns for occupants of high rise buildings after the Grenfell Tower tragedy with the intention of improving the design, construction and management of higher-risk buildings.
Read more on Building Safety Act (BSA) Update – Retail Focus
Commercial property

Developer’s – don’t forget your commercial leases in your residential schemes – Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 section 5 (LTA)

Where a private landlord/developer of a mixed use residential and commercial scheme is proposing to lease its commercial premises then beware, (under certain circumstances) qualifying tenants of flats have a right of first refusal to purchase that interest.
Read more on Developer’s – don’t forget your commercial leases in your residential schemes – Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 section 5 (LTA)
Retail & leisure

Why E-commerce is moving to the high street

Amanda French, partner and head of retail at national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP, explores why online brands are increasingly wanting physical space and the key considerations for retailers looking to move to the high street.
Read more on Why E-commerce is moving to the high street

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