"... both a formidable opponent and a lovely man, who is thoroughly decent, and has a very good manner with everybody.Reasonable and courteous..."
Chambers & Partners
Bryan is an experienced property litigator who has been involved in several reported cases both for local authorities and for private landlords and tenants, and in respect of both business and residential premises.
His best known cases include the leading case on tolerated trespassers, Brent LBC v Burrows (HL 1996) and on breaches after the date of possession (Sheffield CC v Hopkins (CA 2001)). He has been involved in several recent cases on the impact of the Human Rights Act on possession proceedings.
In the private sphere he was instructed by the successful landowner in Central Midlands Estates Limited v Leicester Dyers Limited  EWHC on easements of parking and adverse possession.