John Murray’s experience in the sector is second to none.
John has considerable experience of all aspects of residential property litigation, from possession actions and injunction proceedings, to disrepair claims, to advice on leasehold/service charge matters and shared ownership disputes.
He has a particular expertise in terms of action taken by Registered Providers in relation to anti-social behaviour, often with Equality Act and Human Rights Act issues.
The housing management unit of the Social Housing Group assists at all stages of a case – from initial advice right through to representation at trial.
John and his team provide training on Housing Law to housing management staff both in-house and externally, for organisations such as the Chartered Institute of Housing, National Federation of Housing, Housing Quality Network and the Northern Housing Consortium.
John is a former member of the Law Society’s Housing Law Committee as representative of solicitors advising Housing Associations, and was involved with the drafting of the Housing Disrepair Protocol.
He has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor as a Judge of the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) determining a wide range of residential property disputes, including service charges, rent levels and refusals of the right to buy.