Rebecca Noble is an associate in the Real Estate Litigation team and has experience in a wide range of property-related disputes, often involving large developments, and in acting for distribution network operators.

    Rebecca specialises in property-related disputes, including those concerning the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, breaches of covenant, forfeiture and break options. 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 a member of the Property Litigation Association.

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    • Advising a major landowner in London and the UK on a regular basis regarding new developments and obtaining vacant possession from tenants, often requiring serving a large number of break notices simultaneously.
    • Acting in complex lease renewal proceedings that concerned technical issues regarding the use of the site as a data centre.
    • Regularly defending relief from forfeiture proceedings for a property owner of several shopping centres across the UK.
    • Acting for a landowner in relation to a sizeable dilapidations claim against a retail tenant, which involved supersession and diminution in value issues.
    • Preparing and serving a large number of Rights of Light notices for a major development in East London.
    • Advising an insurer tenant on complying with the strict requirements of a break option and outlining the necessary works that would be required in order to achieve the condition of vacant possession.
    • Acting in a large joint venture dispute regarding the ownership of a number of properties in London and involving forfeiture and lease renewal proceedings and the enforcement of arrears over several years.
    • Advising under and acting in proceedings concerning the Electronic Communications Code, including for a proposed student accommodation site near London.

    Education

    • College of Law, LPC, 2010
    • University of Birmingham, LLB, 2009

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 2013

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