Natasha is a highly competent advocate and is regularly instructed in commercial disputes and cases involving insolvency, commercial disputes and property law.
Notable Commercial, Chancery & Property cases
E v K: High Court, Chancery Division
Mr Justice Hilyard: Instructed on behalf of a Respondent in a permission hearing to appeal the decision of a lower court not to set aside a statutory demand.
H v H
Contested bankruptcy petition on behalf of the petitioner.
H v H: HHJ Barling, Admin Court
Instructed on behalf of the Respondent’s in an application to set aside a statutory demand in a contested bankruptcy proceeding. The application was dismissed and the Respondent awarded his costs.
L v L & Others
Instructed on behalf Claimant seeking to recover damages arising out of an allegation of fraud against a mortgage advisor (on going).
R v a Bank
Instructed on behalf of a Defendant in a claim to recover unpaid credit card debts.
X v A Solicitors
Instructed by national solicitors to recover unpaid fees from a client.
G v R
TOLATA claim instructed on behalf of a unmarried co-habiting claimant. Case on-going.
FD Ltd v Persons unknown
contested possession hearing. Possession granted.
S v H
TOLATA claim instructed on behalf of the Claimant son against a Defendant mother. Case on-going.
E v E
Contested an order for sale for a residential property he had obtained a final charging order over. Settled on behalf of the claimant with costs.
M v Mr X
instructed on behalf of a management company for a collective enfranchisement of a number of residential tenancies. Order granted.
A v B
Instructed on behalf of a commercial Claimant seeking a declaration that a commercial tenancy is a protected tenancy agreement.
Instructed on behalf of a claimant in a boundary dispute. Case on-going.