Paul Chipperfield Executive

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Contact Details

Paul is an Executive within the Real Estate Team based in our Oxford office.

Main areas of practice

Paul assists in property transactional matters including landlord and tenant work. In particular, Paul currently deals with Stamp Duty Land Tax and Land Registry land registration formalities in respect of Freehold and Leasehold premises.


Paul assists a variety of public authority and commercial landlord and tenant clients in transactional matters associated with the purchase, disposal and leasing of commercial premises. 


Paul was previously an Executive working in our Insurance litigation department based in our Reading office, primarily dealing with defended litigated Road Traffic, EL/PL and Property Damage type cases on behalf of major Insurers and their mutual client's Insured.

Paul is studying for his final Institute of Legal Executives exams to qualify and become an accredited Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (FCILEx).  


Related Knowledge & Resources

Developers are warned by the Court of Appeal not to take the law into their own hands

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".

'What a load of rubbish!' - Fly-tipping on private land

With fly-tipping on the increase, private landowners are becoming more concerned about their rights and responsibilities. Our expert discusses the remedies for private land owners as well as the preventive measures that can be taken.

Real Estate: Proposals for Enfranchisement Reform: Have they raised more questions than answers?

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 Civil Penalties for Landlords

Nationwide (England) from 1 February 2016