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Nathaniel Duckworth

Called 2002

Nathaniel Duckworth
Nathaniel Duckworth is an expert in real property, and residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He excels in everything from service charge liability disputes and adverse possession claims to easements and restrictive covenants. "He is technically good and he's one of a very modern breed of barrister who is easy to deal with, very responsive and immensely approachable and commercially minded." "He is incredibly bright and responsive and brilliant with solicitors and clients alike."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2022
‘ Nat is an absolute leader in his field. He is exceptionally astute and his ability to collate facts and evidence is outstanding. He produces some of the best pleadings I have seen, and he is exceptionally user friendly with clients and is a natural leader. Diligent, reliable, incredibly intelligent, a superb advocate and extremely focused. ’Legal 500 2022
An expert in real property, and residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He excels in everything from boundary disputes and adverse possession claims to easements and restrictive covenants. Strengths: "Nat's work ethic, his knowledge of the case and his client manner is just exceptional." "He is a smart and capable barrister who earns the confidence of clients." "He's excellent as an advocate, very persuasive with the judge and reassuring with the client."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2021 (Real Estate Litigation)
"A true expert when it comes to landlord and tenant disputes."Legal 500 2021
An expert in real property, and residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He excels in everything from boundary disputes and adverse possession claims to easements and restrictive covenants. Strengths: "Gets to grips with issues quickly and gives pragmatic advice." "Commercially focused and provides accessible and insightful advice." "Extremely knowledgeable with impressive turnaround times."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2020 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Recommended for real property and landlord and tenant-related litigation."Legal 500 2020
"An expert in real property, and residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He excels in everything from boundary disputes and adverse possession claims to easements and restrictive covenants. Strengths: 'Has a calm yet confident manner in court and thinks well on his feet.' 'Technically excellent with good court presence.' Recent work: Successfully represented the defendant in a claim for declaratory relief as to the proper construction of an outgoings covenant in a lease forming part of a complicated leasehold scheme." Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Excels at conveyancing, boundary disputes and adverse possession."Legal 500 2018
"An expert in real property, and residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He is an expert in everything from boundary disputes and adverse possession claims to easements and restrictive covenants. Strengths: 'Nathaniel very confident in court, proactive, someone with a great eye for detail and a man who delivers on time.' 'Technically shrewd and very industrious'.” Chambers UK Guide 2018 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Highly recommended for residential and commercial landlord and tenant work".Legal 500, 2017
“An expert in real property, and residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He is an expert in everything from boundary disputes and adverse possession claims to easements and restrictive covenants. Strengths: ‘Offers excellent, pragmatic advice, which is quickly turned around’.” Chambers UK Guide 2017 (Real Estate Litigation)
"He provides a silk’s brain with a junior’s price tag – compelling on paper and resilient and effective in court." Legal 500, 2016
"Acts in disputes covering the full range of property law, and is noted for his expertise in agricultural cases. Strengths: 'He is technically astute and extracts clients from a difficult position.' 'He is very punchy at drafting and an extremely persuasive advocate.' Recent work: Acted in a case which sought to ascertain whether a mortgagee was blocked from pursuing a possession warrant to recover funds secured from provisions contained in the mortgage".Chambers UK (2016)