John Rees specialises in ecclesiastical, educational and charity law and has a wealth of experience in advising on charity constitutions for national and international bodies; financial structures; disciplinary issues, subsidiary companies and asset management; and press handling issues.
As well as the full range of freehold and leasehold, registered and unregistered matters; and all types of ancillary issues, for example, rights of way; complicated redevelopment schemes, title investigations, contaminated land remediation issues, boundary disputes, unusual property matters such as dealing with consecrated land, burials and exhumation.
He is the provincial registrar to the Archbishop of Canterbury and is legal adviser to the Anglican Consultative Council. He is registrar of the Diocese of Oxford and acts for the Oxford Diocesan Board of Finance and Diocesan Board of Education.
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