Samuel Waritay (1993) BA(HONS) General Information Samuel is principally a property law barrister with 20 years experience in this field of law. Samuel takes great care to treat all clients with courtesy and sensitivity. The aim to provide at all times a high quality service giving clear practical advice in the shortest possible timeframe. Samuel's ultimate goal is to present the client's case in the most effective and favourable light to try and achieve the desired result. Clients are treated with courtesy and sensitivity Aim is to provide high quality and timely advice Goal is to achieve desired outcome by effective fact finding and favourable presentation of the case Areas of law Commercial property advice and litigation Leases Building disputes Service charge disputes Right to Buy/Acquire Possession proceedings Breach of covenant and Forfeiture Adverse possession Disrepair Trespass and boundary disputes Easements TOLATA disputes Unlawful eviction Nuisance HHSRS and HMO Licences under Housing Act 2004 Succession under the Housing Act Samuel offers the following services: Legal advice (including at short notice) Drafting of legal documents Advocacy Litigation (including strategy) Public Access Samuel is accredited to undertake public access work. Client Profile Commercial landlords and tenants Local housing authorities Other social landlords Owner-occupiers Leaseholders Social housing and private sector tenants Conferences Samuel is able to have conferences at solicitors’ offices or alternatively at 160 Fleet Street, London, EC4 2DQ. Publications Between 2001 - 2016 Samuel was the Housing Law contributor for the Local Government Precedents and Procedures (Sweet & Maxwell) loose leaf volumes. Samuel has also been a contributor to the New Law Journal and the ILEX journal.