David Nuttall

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Overview

David Nuttall is a Barrister specialising in property law.

David specialises in both Business and Property work and Social Housing.  He deals with all facets of these areas, working for commercial and residential property owners, landlords and tenants.

He is a well-respected practitioner in the Midlands and is ranked in both Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners for his property work.  David is known for being both technically minded and good-humoured.

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Qualifications

Oxford University: BA Jurisprudence, 2:1

Nottingham Law School: BVC Very Competent

Memberships

Inner Temple

Recommendations

Chambers and Partners 2021: “You feel very confident having him in court as he pulls evidence from a range of areas to prove his point.” “He can cut through everything and present it in a way clients like.” “He is a pleasure to deal with, delivering advice in a succinct and readily understandable manner.”

Legal 500 2021: “Legal 500 2021: “He gives very thorough, clear and concise advice, leaving no stone unturned.”

“Combines excellent technical knowledge and spot-on tactical advice.”

Chambers & Partners 2020: “He is very intelligent and always gets to the root of the problem.”

“He is excellent, thorough and punches well above his weight.”

Legal 500 2019: “Gives concise, commercially-aware, and well thought-out advice.”

Chambers & Partners 2019: “A great technical barrister who is also very good with clients.” “A strong advocate who is always prepared.”

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