Hannah Joad


Real Estate Dispute Resolution

Advises on a broad range of Real Estate disputes with a particular focus on residential property disputes and Landlord and Tenant law, providing commercial and practical advice to both corporate and private clients.

Hannah’s practice predominantly focuses on possession claims, claims for damages or compensation, breaches of lease requirements, rent and service charge arrears recovery, dilapidations claims, enforcement options of money judgments or recovering outstanding rent or other sums of money, boundary disputes and termination of lease advice.

Work highlights


Successfully obtained vacant possession for a limited company by navigating very protracted litigation.


Recovered a high value sum of rent and service charge arrears for private individuals in relation to commercial premises.


Provided advice on the termination of a lease of a commercial unit let to a limited company resulting in a successful outcome for the client.


Acted for a private individual landlord client in reaching an advantageous settlement in relation to a claim for damages for breach of tenancy.

Recent articles


Property and Planning breakfast seminar, Brighton, September

Network with colleagues in the field over bacon rolls before hearing the latest Real Estate updates from our team.



Property and Planning breakfast seminar, Gatwick, September

Join our expert Real Estate and Planning teams as we bring you the latest updates in Property law and answer your questions.


Media spotlight

Impending passing of the Renters (Reform) Bill spells trouble for tenants and landlords

Ian Narbeth shares his insights with Property118 on the potential impact of the Renters (Reform) Bill  for tenants and landlords

Ian Narbeth


Media spotlight

DMH Stallard noted as one of the best firms for championing women

legalbusiness.co.uk writes about the number of female professionals ranked in leading legal directory Legal500, with DMH Stallard holding 14 rankings across 20+ departments in the latest edition.