Marcus Harry

Call - 2008
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Housing

Marcus has developed a strong practice in social housing law acting for local government, housing associations and tenants in the County Court, High Court and has recently been instructed to appear in the Court of Appeal.

He regularly receives instructions in possession proceedings involving anti-social behaviour, injunction applications (including gang injunctions and High Court injunctions against “persons unknown)” and has a particular interest in cases involving Equality Act 2010 and human rights issues.

He recently appeared in a gang injunction trial lasting six weeks in which injunctions were granted against 17 defendants. He is due to appear before the High Court to argue the legitimacy of granting gang injunctions against prisoners serving lengthy custodial sentences.

Notable Cases

Mohamed Abdulrahman v Circle 33 Housing Trust Ltd (2017) CA (Civ Div)

Deeds v Various Respondents [2013] EWCA Civ 1678 (28 November 2013)

To find out more, email civilclerks@stiveschambers.co.uk.

Qualifications

Bar Vocational Course – Nottingham Law School – ”Very Competent”

CPS Graded – Level 2

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