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Robin Stewart - HMO
Robin Stewart - HMO Writer

Robin Stewart

HMO WRITER

Robin is a solicitor at Anthony Gold. He specialises in the Housing & Property disputes, based in our South London offices at London Bridge.

He has experience in a wide range of landlord and tenant disputes including disrepair, possession, and tenancy deposit protection claims. He acts in disputes relating to HMO licensing, including appeals to the First-tier Tribunal. Robin works alongside David Smith, assisting him with defending criminal prosecutions for HMO related offences and dealing with complex residential and commercial property litigation.

Having trained in Anthony Goldís Housing and Public Law team he has broad understanding of the context of housing law from both tenant and landlord perspectives. He represents tenants at County Court hearings under the Duty Possession Scheme, and supervises students at the Kaplan Law school pro bono advice clinic.

Robin graduated from Durham University and was awarded a Distinction in his Masterís Degree in Ancient Philosophy. He joined the Home Office in 2009 and became a specialist ëPresenting Officerí. As a Presenting Officer he conducted advocacy in the Firstñtier tribunal on behalf of the Home Office in immigration, asylum, visa and human rights appeals. He studied law at the University of Law, obtaining distinctions in the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course.

He writes for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) on residential property matters.

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