Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom

Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom.

Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom.

Martin Collier
Called to the Bar in 1982

Martin Collier joined Fenners Chambers in 1984.

Now specialising in chancery related matters, his wide experience across the legal disciplines informs his approach.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Property
  • Probate & Inheritance

AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Property: freehold property; formal and informal trusts, including claims between cohabitants; boundaries and easements; residential and commercial leases; property-related professional negligence
  • Probate & Inheritance: contentious probate and Inheritance Act claims

For more detailed guides, click on either of the practice areas listed.

HIS WORK

Martin accepts instructions from members of the public and professionals as well as from solicitors.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Express trusts
  • Constructive and resulting trusts and estoppels, including claims between cohabiting couples and family members
  • Applications under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996
  • Boundaries and easements
  • Problems with title and adverse possession
  • Trespass and nuisance
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Commercial and residential tenancies
  • Professional negligence arising out property issues

HIS WORK

Martin accepts instructions on a Licensed Access and a Public Access basis.

REPRESENTATIVE CASES

  • The construction of restrictive covenants
  • Fraudulent execution of a conveyance
  • Professional negligence arising out of the purchase of a holiday home
  • Commercial leases in the context of a partnership dispute

AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Contentious probate disputes
  • Administration of estates
  • Applications under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975

HIS WORK

  • Martin accepts instructions on a Licensed Access and a Public Access basis.

REPRESENTATIVE CASES

  • Claims of undue influence when varying the disposition of an intestate estate
  • Inheritance Act claims following short marriages
  • Claims to remove executors

QUALIFICATIONS

MA: Oxford

MEMBER

Chancery Bar Association

Ecclesiastical Law Society