Salmaan joined Chambers in 2018 following the successful completion of his pupillage, under the supervision of Justin Bates, Jonathan Manning, Toby Vanhegan and Annette Cafferkey. During pupillage Salmaan gained a wide-range of experience in many areas of housing law including possession proceedings, service charge disputes, disability discrimination, equitable tenancies, succession claims, disrepair claims, closure orders, HMO licensing, right to buy applications, s204 appeals, requesting specific performance of contracts for sale, and injunctions. He also has experience in more traditional chancery matters such as contested probate disputes.
On a recent three-month secondment to the property litigation team at Gowling WLG, Salmaan acted for a number of institutional investors in connection with business tenancies under the 1954 Act and issues relating to insolvency. He currently accepts instructions in all practice areas in which Chambers specialises.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Salmaan worked full-time within the tax department at PwC, whilst completing an LLM degree at Birkbeck, University of London, and holding down a part-time job at The National Gallery. In his spare time, he enjoys tending to his four chickens, and tries his best to keep his bee colonies from swarming.
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