Bill is a specialist property litigation solicitor who advises on a wide range of contentious property issues relating to residential, commercial and agricultural land, with a particular focus on insolvency related property litigation.
He has detailed experience in commercial landlord and tenant disputes including contentious and non-contentious lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, dilapidations and breaches of covenant. Bill is frequently instructed by residential tenants to assist with complex leasehold enfranchisement claims. He also deals with real property issues such as possession claims, boundary disputes and issues relating to rights of way and restrictive covenants.
Bill acts for a broad range of clients including institutional and social landlords, commercial tenants, developers, landowners, individuals and insolvency practitioners.
He is recognised in the Legal 500 (2022) as a “rising star” and clients have commented that “Bill’s consistent attention to detail and efficiency in reverting to us with accurate information, detail and advice within extremely impressive timeframes makes him stand out from others within his sector.”
- 2023 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Director
- 2020 - 2023: Howes Percival LLP, Senior Associate
- 2017 - 2020: Howes Percival LLP, Associate
- 2015 - 2017: Howes Percival LLP, Trainee Solicitor
- 2013 - 2015: Howes Percival LLP, Paralegal
- 2012 - 2013: Legal Practice Course, BPP
- 2011 - 2012: Citizens Advice Bureau, General Advisor
- 2010: Graduated from Swansea University (LLB)
"Bill Trow is bright, efficient and pleasant to work with."
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