John Deech Partner
“Leading Individual and Partner dealing with all aspects of commercial property, landlord and tenant, as well as property litigation.”
“The 'attentive, clear-minded' John Deech impresses with his 'deep understanding of property law.' Clients add that 'he makes sure we are better informed than anyone we come up against.' He specialises in landlord/tenant and development matters.”
John focuses on commercial property work with particular expertise in charity property, landlord and tenant issues, and transactions involving land development.
Main areas of practice
John is also highly experienced in development agreements, funding agreements, options, planning, and taxation.
His clients include several of the major Oxford Colleges and associated institutions.
Commercial law: John has broad experience in commercial law, including employment, Freedom of Information issues, mergers and acquisitions, as well as trust law and taxation.
Education: He has substantial knowledge of education law, including employment, Freedom of Information issues, dispute resolution, trust law and taxation.
IT: John has a particular interest in the effective use of IT in law firms.
Articles by John
A collective of accomplished musicians will take to the stage to perform as an orchestra using instruments they have been given only nine weeks ago.
Related Knowledge & Resources
Local authorities will be pleased to note that the Court of Appeal accepts that they only have to consider planning issues when presented with a planning application.
Chancellor announces changes to stamp duty land tax for first-time buyers but with no changes for the rest of the market
As had been hinted at over the weekend, in today's Autumn Budget, Phillip Hammond has announced changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax ("SDLT") to assist first time buyers to be known as "Discount Relief".
In HR Magazine, Holly Cudbill, considers the vexed question of whether employees who undertake sleep-in shifts are entitled to the national minimum wage (NMW) throughout the entire time they are asleep, or only when they are awake to carry out duties.
After being invited to attend the Law Commission Symposium on 5 November 2018 to hear the proposals for enfranchisement reform and discuss how they will work in practice, Louise Uphill examines the key points.
A guide to how Blake Morgan can help with your Academy conversion.
Nationwide (England) from 1 February 2016