BA (University College London)
Called 2005 Inner Temple
Julian has particular expertise in traditional chancery law including all aspects of real property, landlord and tenant, planning, nuisance, boundary disputes, probate and trusts. He has lectured and published extensively in these fields. He is happy to advise on preliminary and non-contentious matters as well as contentious. Julian also has significant experience of adjudication and resolution of construction contracts under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. He has also completed over a thousand adjudications under the Housing Act 2004. Recent instructions include a highly technical High Court dispute and counter-claim concerning the nature of a product, advising on the division of assets based around a claim for a constructive trust, break clauses in a high value commercial lease, easement disputes and judicial review of a local authority’s planning determination.
Julian’s accepts PI instructions primarily on the Multi-Track. He does not accept conditional fee arrangements. He has particular expertise in industrial injury claims including deafness. A large number of his cases have been published by Lexis Nexis PI Quantum service. He is happy to advise on quantum and liability matters at any stage of the proceedings and has significant experience in the valuation of damages for multiple injuries following Sadler v Filipiak and another (2011) and also those involving psychiatric injury.
Recent publications include:
(2017) “Notices of Application—Is Posting Enough?” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.4.155-157.
(2017 “Assignment, Parting with Possession and Unreasonably withholding consent” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.3.111-114
(2017) “Break Notices and Limited Partnerships” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.2.64-67
(2016) “Notices and the formality of Landlord and Tenant,” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 20.3
(2015) “Selective Licensing – Challenging the Consultation Process” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 19.5
(2015) “Costs, Conditions and Consultations: Recent Developments in Selective Licensing” Journal of Housing Law, Volume 18.5. 96-101.
(2015) “The Landlord’s Intention to Redevelop” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 19.2.71-73
(2015) “Landlords and the Law of Nuisance” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 19.1.1-5.
(2015) “Costs, mediation and the Judiciary” The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management, Volume 81.1.105-108.
(2014) “Statutory periodic tenancies and the Housing Act 2004.” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 18.5.191-193.
(2014) “Substance over form – the wording of Section 8 Notices” Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 18.4.148-150.
(2014) “Liability for Council Tax – Statutory Periodic Tenant – CT v Horsham District Council”, Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 18.3.107-109.
(2013) “Mediated settlements and Enforceable settlements: Frost v Wake Smith’ Arbitration: The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management, Volume 79.4.467-470.
(2013) “Rent in advance is not a tenancy deposit: Johnson v Old” Landlord and Tenant Review, Vol 17.4.137-139.
In his spare time, Julian likes cooking, wine (especially Burgundy), rugby (both codes), reading and being dragged by his dog for lengthy country walks.
Julian Sidoli is a barrister registered with Bar Standards Board of England and Wales. He is a sole practitioner and has professional liability insurance provided by the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund Ltd., Bar Mutual Management Company, 90 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4ST www.barmutual.co.uk. Bar Mutual provides cover for claims brought anywhere in the world.
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