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Gregory Hill

Gregory Hill has a mixed Chancery practice, covering property law, including land law, conveyancing and land registration; secured lending, including documentation, priorities and enforcement; administration, receivership and insolvency and related aspects of company law; landlord and tenant; trusts, wills and probate.

Property

Reported Cases:

  • Irwin v Wilson [2011] EWHC 326 (Ch), [2011] 2 P&CR 8: Vendor and purchaser of land; waiver of contractual condition.
  • Webber v Halifax BS [1985] 1 EGLR 58: Rent review.

Qualifications


  • Hardwick Scholar, Lincoln’s Inn
  • Kennedy Scholar, Lincoln’s Inn
  • BCL (First Class), Exeter College, Oxford
  • Jurisprudence (First Class), Exeter College, Oxford

Appointments


  • Conveyancing Counsel of the Court

Associations & Memberships


  • Chancery Bar Association

Publications


Gregory Hill has contributed to Butterworths Encyclopædia of Banking Law since 1982, editing the sections on mortgage and debenture securities; he is co-author of Butterworths New Law Guide to The Land Registration Act 2002; and he has contributed material on mortgages and debentures to Banking Law Guide, LexisNexis Butterworths, 2006.

Notable articles include:

  • Successive interests and deficient fixed-interest securities: the rules in Re Atkinson and Re Bird, (2012) 10 TQR, October p 29.
  • Negative pledge with provision for ‘automatic security’ on breach: a form of floating charge? (2008) 23 JIBFL 528.
  • Agricultural charges and foot-and-mouth compensation, (2001) 151 NLJ 484.
  • Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989, section 2, (1990) 106 LQR 396-402, a note on the application of section 2 to agreements for secured lending and equitable securities.

For more information and advice

 

Call: +44 (0)20 7405 0758

Email: clerks@tenoldsquare.com

 

Pricing Policy

Unless otherwise agreed my Clerk will calculate my fees based on my current hourly rate. My rates are reviewed annually and details can be obtained from my Clerk. Once a rate is set for any particular case the hourly rate will only ever be adjusted with express agreement between my Clerks and those instructing me.

Related Practice Areas

Gregory Hill is a self-employed, independent barrister whose practice is governed by the Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales. He is regulated by The Bar Standards Board [Bar Ref 13651] and is fully insured with the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund [BMIF Ref 2360/046] to provide legal services, please refer to the BMIF website for full details of the world-wide cover provided. He is registered for VAT under the reference 234263972.

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