Alex Haddad

Legal Director

'Alex Haddad is a genius, his experience and knowledge of the law is second to none. He converted a possible life changing situation into a manageable and very agreeable conclusion.'

Alex acts for a wide range of developers, investors and private clients and deals with disputes relating to commercial and residential properties.

Alex has developed experience of lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and Electronic Communications Code, Dilapidations, claims for breach of covenant (assignment/underletting, unauthorised alterations and breach of user covenant) and rent reviews. As part of his work, Alex also handles real property disputes relating to rights of way, boundaries, claims for ownership of land by adverse possession and disputes under the Party Wall Act 1996.

Alex also acts for residential landlords and tenants and has experience of advising in relation to contentious enfranchisement work including lease extensions and collective enfranchisement.

Since joining Nockolds in 2011, Alex has also dealt with warranty claims arising from the sale of companies and gained experience of claims involving insurance law where he has advised in relation to the availability of cover and has taken over the conduct of cases where support has been withdrawn by insurers. As part of this work, Alex has successfully overturned the wrongful withdrawal of cover by issuing court proceedings and making complaints to the Financial Ombudsman.

As an accredited mediator, Alex recognises the value of mediation and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution in resolving disputes without going to court and has a good track record of concluding settlements through negotiation.   

Alex is a Legal Director in the litigation team and before joining the firm he trained in the City and studied law at Cambridge University.

Alex is a member of the Property Litigation Association and the London Solicitors Litigation Association.

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