Rebecca Noble is a senior associate in the Real Estate Litigation team and has experience in a wide range of property-related disputes, often involving large developments, in acting for distribution network operators and in bringing injunctive proceedings against protesters and trespassers on large sites.
Rebecca specialises in property-related disputes, including those concerning the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, breaches of covenant, forfeiture and break options, and has experience both of court proceedings and settling matters by negotiation and in mediation. She acts for a wide range of clients, including retailers, developers and property investment companies.
She regularly advises on enforcement for rent arrears, dilapidations and development issues, such as obtaining vacant possession from multiple occupiers on large sites.
Rebecca has considerable experience acting for distribution network operators, advising on rights pursuant to wayleaves and easements, and pursuant to the Electricity Act 1989 and obtaining entry when required.
Rebecca is experienced in preparing and bringing injunctive proceedings against protesters and trespassers on large sites, often in circumstances where there are possible risks to health and safety.
Rebecca is a member of the Property Litigation Association.