Rea Murray

Call: 2015 

“reassuring, clear and persuasive”

Ray Brownson - Mills Chody LLP

“Rea drafted a technical and legally complex defence so that it was pleasingly clear and persuasive.”

Eleanor Solomon - Anthony Gold Solicitors

"I was particularly impressed by her delivery in Court. She showed not only a command of the Law but also an impressive array of different ways of getting her point across so she achieved the required order. Impressive indeed!"

David A Heap - Norcross Lees & Riches Solicitors

“Rea is an excellent barrister and way beyond her call in terms of her level of expertise."

Partner - Ingram Winter Green LLP

"Rea has meticulous attention to detail and provides clear technical advice in an extremely user-friendly fashion”

Partner - Ingram Winter Green LLP

Practice Summary

Rea specialises in all aspects of property and housing law. She has experience in the High Court and Upper Tribunal and regularly appears before the First-tier Tribunal and in the County Court in landlord and tenant, leasehold disputes, forfeiture and real property matters as well as in applications for orders for sale under TOLATA 1996. 

She has advised recently in matters involving succession and tenancies by surrender and re-grant, easements, trespass, derogation from grant and estoppel by convention, particularly in relation to rooftop developments. She has experience in assisting local authorities on business tenancies and in respect of leasehold disputes. 

Rea is the first writer for the Housing Law Review case reports and was the Assistant Editor of the Encylopedia of Housing Law and Practice from October 2017 to March 2019. 

Rea appears as an advocate at the High Court “applications" Court 37 and accepts instructions from Advocate (formerly the Bar Pro-Bono Unit). 

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Areas of Practice

  • Property
  • Housing
  • Residential and non-residential property
  • Public law, equality and human rights
  • Local Government
  • Regulatory


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