Jane Talbot

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Business & Property

Jane Talbot has substantial experience in property litigation disputes including boundary disputes, trespass, adverse possession, forfeiture and trusts of land. Jane regularly appears in the county court obtaining possession of licensed premises and in the property tribunal with regard to highly complex boundary disputes. She also provides written advice on such issues. Jane is also regularly instructed to appear in the high Court to obtain possession orders of commercial land where trespassers are present. This involves urgent applications and Jane is praised for her efficient, client focused approach.

A recent instruction was defending an injunction claim in the High Court for failure to insure a commercial building with sitting sub-tenants: Monopro Ltd v (1) Central Hall Developments Ltd (2) Jagtar Singh (2017) [2017] EWHC 1509 (TCC) QBD.

Jane is highly regarded for her property litigation work and always goes “the extra mile” for clients. Chambers 2018 notes a client endorsement “When we instruct her I always sleep much sounder knowing that she’s on board to fight our corner. No problem I’ve approached her with has been too tricky”.


Birmingham University LLB (Hons) Law

De Montfort University – LPC


Associate Solicitor of the Year 2014


Legal 500 2021: “Considers the practicalities of a case as well as its legal elements, and understands the issues from a solicitor’s perspective as well.”

Chambers & Partners 2020: “A gifted barrister with great talent not only on her feet but also with her friendly and reassuring approach with clients.” “Very thorough and willing to go the extra mile.”

Legal 500 2019: “A very good advocate with great attention to detail.”

Chambers & Partners 2019: “She has a wealth of experience and is a very capable advocate.” “Very professional and helpful.”

Legal 500 2018: “‘A strong and approachable advocate.”

Chambers & Partners 2018: “She is an absolute star and has seamlessly made the transition from solicitor to the Bar. She really knows her stuff, housing-wise. When we instruct her I always sleep much sounder knowing that she’s on board to fight our corner. No problem I’ve approached her with has been too tricky.”

Legal 500 2017: “She has an excellent rapport with clients.”

Publications and articles

Jane has written numerous articles on landlord and tenant issues in publications such as Inside Housing and The Guardian.  Jane also speaks at both regional and national events.

A selection of her articles (written during her work as a solicitor) are below:

June 2017

Writing in the Resolve ASB newsletter, Jane Talbot looks at the interplay between anti social behaviour, housing and domestic violence. To read the article in full click here.

September 2014

A profile on Jane Talbot when she was appointed as The new chair of the Law Society Housing Law Committee.  To read the profile in full, click here.

February 2013

Writing in the Guardian newspaper, Jane Talbot (nee Plant) discusses how anti-social behaviour laws impact on situations with nuisance neighbours.  This article was published after Jane gave evidence to the home affairs select committee on 15th January 2013.  To read the article in full, click here.

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Relevant Articles

  • Block listings are a thing of the past. The plan, post possession stay, has been announced.

    In this article Jane Talbot reviews the Master of the Rolls Working Party recommendations on dealing with possession cases after the stay is lifted....

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  • Updated non-statutory guidance for landlords and tenants by Jane Talbot

    In this article Jane Talbot discusses the recently updated non-statutory guidance for landlords and tenants published to coincide with the extended stay and new...

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