Predominantly focuses on landlord and tenant cases in both commercial and residential settings. She also acts in property-related insolvency matters.
Strengths: "Clients like her and she has good technical expertise." "A highly effective advocate."
Recent work: Acted in a First-tier Tribunal case regarding the reasonableness of service charges at a block of apartments in Nottingham.Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2020 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Practical, measured and thorough, with spot-on tactical judgement."Legal 500 2020
Tamsin is "superb" and has "excellent knowledge of the field". Her practice covers various issues, including insolvency, forfeiture and deposit schemes. Who's Who Legal UK Bar 2019 Guide
"Predominantly focuses on landlord and tenant cases in both commercial and residential settings. She also acts in property-related insolvency matters.
Strengths: 'Very responsive and an excellent advocate.' 'Bright and pragmatic.'
Recent work: Acted for the defendants in urgent injunction proceedings relating to alleged trespass by oversailing scaffolding."
Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)
"She excels in the courtroom with devastating controls of the facts and law."Legal 500 2018
"Predominantly focuses on landlord and tenant cases in both commercial and residential settings.
Strengths: 'A personable, sensible and commercial barrister. Tamsin always understands the end goal and deals with matters in a refreshingly pragmatic way.' 'Provides reliable 1954 Act advice on interim rent and brings troublesome negotiations back on track.'
Recent work: Appeared in a case to determine whether the landlord, tenant or sub tenant was responsible for paying non domestic rates for commercial property under the terms of the leases."
Chambers UK Guide 2018 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Her work is thorough and well reasoned, and she instils confidence from the beginning".Legal 500, 2017
“Predominantly focuses on landlord and tenant cases in both commercial and residential settings.
Strengths: ‘Amongst the juniors, she has always stood out and has always been excellent. She’s very good on her feet and very reliable.’ ‘She’s a confident advocate who gives superb written advice in a client-friendly form.’
Recent work: Advised on a claim to enfranchise made by the representatives of deceased tenants on a large West London estate.”
Chambers UK Guide 2017 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Highly recommended for expedited High Court trespassers actions."Legal 500, 2016
"Has recently advised on cases surrounding issues with adverse possession, conditional agreements and service charges. She is praised for being a robust practitioner who cuts to the heart of the matter. Strengths: 'She is very personable, efficient and straight to the point. She thoroughly researches her stuff.' 'She displays admirable commercial judgment and takes a common sense approach.' Recent work: Involved in the neighbour dispute of Begley v Taylor". Chambers UK (2016)
"An up and coming junior, insightful, and quick to get to the heart of the issues".Legal 500 (2015)
"A well-regarded and knowledgeable junior, who is praised for her advocacy skills. She focuses on residential and commercial landlord and tenant disputes. Expertise: 'She has an understated but tenacious style.' 'A very pleasant, amenable and able junior, who knows the law through and through.' Recent work: Acted successfully before the Land Registry Adjudicator in a family mortgage fraud case."Chambers UK (2015)
"A very cool operator; her drafting is a real strength."The Legal 500 (2014)
"Tamsin Cox Focuses on real estate law in relation to landlord and tenant matters across the commercial and residential spectrum, receiving particular praise for her strong advocacy. Expertise: 'Very good and very pleasant to deal with, Gets to the issues quickly'. 'She fights tooth and nail for her clients and her submissions are excellent'. Recent work: She achieved a positive outcome for clients in relation to a mortgage arrears controversy and won a case for clients in an adverse possession claim over a garage in the County Court in Street v Smith." Chambers UK (2014)
Listed as a Leading Junior.The Legal 500 (2013)
"The 'fabulous' Tamsin Cox, meanwhile, is 'incredibly good value for money and astoundingly good for someone of her level'. She acted in London Consolidated Properties Ltd v Landmark Fiduciary Company Ltd, a service charge dispute relating to a high value property adjacent to Harrods."Chambers UK (2013)
Listed as a Leading Junior.The Legal 500 (2012)
"Debuting in the rankings, Tamsin Cox 'has an eye for detail and a persuasive and digestible writing style. She is very level-headed and has an instinctive grasp of what is going on,' say solicitors. Her recent case highlights include Law Society v Nulty."Chambers UK (2012)
Listed as a Leading Junior.The Legal 500 (2011)
Listed as a Leading JuniorThe Legal 500 (2010)
Listed as a Leading Junior.The Legal 500 (2009)
Also of note is the 'conscientious and excellent advice' of new entrant...Tamsin Cox"The Legal 500 (2008)