Nigel Clayton practices solely in real property law and related areas, and specialises in mortgage law and litigation for which he is regularly recommended by the Legal 500.
He was appointed a civil recorder in 2003 and frequently sits on civil and chancery cases on the northern and northern eastern circuits.
Clayton specialises in all aspects of mortgage law and mortgage litigation and related banking and finance work, and has considerable experience of acting for banks, building societies and centralised lender, as well as borrowers.
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This information was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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