Sam Aynsley

Sam Aynsley

Year of Call: 2014

Introduction

Civil

Sam has developed a wide-ranging general civil practice, which includes a significant amount of paperwork that he completes to a quick turnaround.

Commercial

Including:

  • Contractual disputes
  • Insolvency
  • Debt claims
  • Enforcement/Interpleaders
  • Consumer Rights Act 2015
  • Consumer credit
  • Package Travel Regulations 1992
  • Credit hire
  • Liability of unincorporated associations

Personal Injury

Including:

  • RTA
  • Occupiers’ Liability
  • Employers Liability, including Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
  • Injuries whilst on holiday

Landlord & Tenant – Commercial and residential

Including:

  • Relief from forfeiture
  • Rent arrears
  • Deposit protection scheme
  • Possession claims
  • Unlawful eviction claims
  • Dilapidation & disrepair
  • Applications for Antisocial Behaviour Injunctions, and committal proceedings

Property Law

Including:

  • Boundary disputes
  • Easements
  • Trusts of Land

Trusts and Probate

Including:

  • Administration of estates
  • Inventory and account

Family

  • Ancillary relief
  • Contact applications
  • Care proceedings
  • Specific issue applications

Crime

Sam honed his practice in criminal law, where he quickly attained CPS category 2 grading.

Mediation

  • Accredited mediator (ADR Group)

Education

  • University of Manchester, LLB, First Class Honours
  • Manchester Law School, BPTC, Very Competent

Awards

  • Harry Street Tort Prize: highest Tort mark amongst his University of Manchester cohort
  • Dauntesy Public International Law Prize: highest Public International Law mark amongst his University of Manchester cohort
  • Dean of Law School’s Award: highest Civil Advocacy mark amongst his BPTC cohort

Memberships

  • Personal Injury Bar Association
  • Northern Circuit
  • Wales and Chester Circuit