Chancery work generally involves disputes over property – in its very broadest sense. It includes litigation over wills and the administration of estates; real property disputes; banking and financial services law; disputes concerning structures that have been developed for the management of property and business, like trusts, companies, and partnerships; and insolvency, both of individuals and companies. Many cases also involve fraud and asset tracing, especially where such claims overlap with other areas of Chancery practice.
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- 16 December 2019