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Charles Jamieson is a Legal Executive in our Litigation & Dispute Resolution team

Charles Jamieson was Called to the Bar in 2012 and in 2016 became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives following three years of Dispute Resolution with W H Matthews & Co in the City. He joined Fisher Meredith in January 2017 and moved to Bishop & Sewell in August 2017, following the merger between the two firms.

Prior to returning to education as a mature student Charles was a contract negotiator and broker.

Charles specialises in property disputes, including Landlord & Tenant (residential and commercial), boundary disputes, Party Wall Act matters, trespass, and construction Disputes. He acts for home owners, leaseholders, builders, sub-contractors, tenants and property & management agents alike.

In addition to handling disputes, Charles provides a bespoke advisory service before a course of action is commenced, thereby allowing the client to proceed with their ‘eyes open’ to the risks involved.

He is often asked to review tenancy agreements and procedures for residential landlords, either new to the market, or with an established portfolio of properties.

Charles also advises on general commercial, contentious probate, consumer, contracts for goods/ services, and debt recovery matters. Having trained as an Advocate, Charles is often able to provide a seamless service, from initial meeting to Courtroom.

Memberships

  • Chartered Institute of Legal Executives

About Me

In his spare time, Charles is a pro-bono legal adviser for the Staines Village Residents and Traders Association and a Community Mediator for CALM Mediation, a charity focused on community mediation and restorative justice, where until recently he also sat as a Trustee.

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