Andrew Gore is a highly experienced property lawyer. As a member of Fenners Chambers since 1975, Andrew offers wide-ranging experience of property-related work whilst retaining as much enthusiasm for property law as he always has.
Areas of practice
- Freehold property: all aspects of freehold property. Particular areas of interest include land development, restrictive covenants, registered land adjudication, unregistered land & title problems, easements, rights of way, boundaries, adverse possession, common land, minerals, and water & drainage
- Leasehold property: commercial leases and residual Rent Act tenancies
- Agricultural law: Agricultural holdings, farm business tenancies, and claims covering the whole range of rural law and farming disputes
- Trust disputes: express trusts, constructive trusts & estoppels, TOLATA claims, and charities
- Property-related professional negligence: by solicitors, surveyors and valuers
- Inheritance: contentious probate and Inheritance Act claims
In addition to referrals from solicitors Andrew accepts instructions from members of the public and property professionals.
Despite the restrictions on public funding in his areas of law, Andrew welcomes legal aid instructions. He chairs a community charitable trust.
What others say
"His expertise includes property-related professional negligence and commercial leases": The Legal 500 2015
"Recommended for property matters": The Legal 500 2013
"The technically excellent Andrew Gore": The Legal 500 2011
"Knows the pitfalls and traps for the unwary and plots his way beautifully through the minefield": The Legal 500 2010
"Recommended for agricultural work": Chambers UK Bar Guide 2014
"Knowledgeable in all aspects of freehold and leasehold property": The Legal 500 2014
“B v B (P Ltd intervening)  1 FLR 374: registered land; notice; priorities.”
“Pennell v Payne  Q.B. 192: agricultural holding; effect of surrender.”
“Midland Bank v Cooke  4 All ER 562: landmark constructive trust case.”