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Francesa Whebell starts 2nd Six

30th March 2015

KBG Chambers are pleased to announce that Francesca Whebell starts her 2nd Six today. All the members wish her well. Francesca started pupillage at KBG Chambers in September 2014. Since then she has assisted her pupil supervisor, Deni Mathews, and other members in all Chambers’ areas of practice. Francesca will be eligible to accept instructions from 30th March 2015 and is keen to d…

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Charges dropped against client in fishing trial

19th March 2015

Michael Brown, acting for one of the co-defendants in a multi-handed case involving the regulatory offence of fishing in restricted waters, persuaded the Crown to drop all charges against his client.   The defendants were allegedly observed fishing in Christchurch harbour under cover of darkness within a restricted zone. Water bailiffs reported that the fishing boat was not illuminated …

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Charges dropped against client in fishing trial
 

A Patchwork Landscape: Residential and Holiday Parks, Leasehold Lodges and Mobile Homes

17th March 2015

Part I of a two part article co-authored by Head of the KBG Civil Team, Rawdon Crozier, and Aimee Hutchinson of Blacks Solicitors and entitled "A Patchwork Landscape: Residential and Holiday Parks, Leasehold Lodges and Mobile Homes" has been published in the Landlord & Tenant Review (Citation: L. & T. Review 2015, 19(1), 16-19). The article examines how the rights of occupie…

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A Patchwork Landscape: Residential and Holiday Parks, Leasehold Lodges and Mobile Homes
 

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