Leanne advises on a wide range of contentious property issues, involving residential, commercial and agricultural land.
Leanne advises on commercial landlord and tenant disputes including dilapidations, 1954 Act claims, forfeiture and other breaches of covenant claims. She also advises on land issues such as adverse possession, trespass and rights of way.
Leanne is a member of the Property Litigation Association.
- 2022 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Director
- 2015 - 2022: Howes Percival LLP, Senior Associate
- 2010 - 2015: Taylor Vinters, Solicitor
- 2008 - 2010: Duffield Harrison LLP, Solicitor
- 2006 - 2008: Duffield Harrison LLP, Trainee Solicitor
Howes Percival LLP has 'one of the best practices in the region and the team is highly experienced in all areas of contentious commercial, residential and agricultural property work'. Simon Murphy and rising star associate Leanne Davis in Cambridge manage large property portfolios and act for both landlords and tenants in contentious matters. They also advise technology and biomedical clients on dilapidations liabilities, including the biochemical and radioactive decontamination of buildings.
New case law on rents under the Electronic Communications Code
Two recent cases have looked at the issue that is probably most relevant to landowners with electronic communications equipment on their land (and probably most relevant to the operators as well) – the rents payable under the Code.…
Restrictive Covenants – “Neighbourhood” not sufficient to identify benefiting land
The Court of Appeal in Bath Rugby Ltd v Greenwood & Ors v Bath Recreation Ltd has found that the term “neighbourhood” is insufficient to describe the land which benefits from a restrictive covenant. This reversed the original decision…
Five new partners among 14 senior promotions at Howes Percival
Howes Percival has announced 14 senior promotions,…
Howes Percival appoints senior commercial and technology specialist
Howes Percival has appointed specialist commercial…
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