Arron Walthall

Year of Call: 2005
Practice areas:
  • Business and Property
  • Housing
  • / Commercial


Arron joined chambers in 2008 following a specialist chancery pupillage under Richard Oughton, the head of the Business and Property Department.


Business and Property

Arron provides litigation, advising and drafting services for individuals and businesses.

Arron has experience in cases involving easements, nuisance and boundary disputes (where he has represented clients in court and in mediation) and in claims for proprietary estoppel and common intention constructive trusts. He has also acted for commercial and residential landlords and tenants in possession and disrepair / dilapidation cases in County Courts and the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal. Arron has advised on wills and trusts in both contentious and non-contentious matters and he has drafted and attended applications in the Probate Registry. His professional negligence work has comprised solicitors' and surveyors' negligence whilst his insolvency practice includes both personal and corporate insolvency. Arron deals with a broad range of contractual work, including consumer credit and construction - he has also represented clients in the Technology and Construction Court in Manchester.


Arron has considerable experience dealing with all aspects of Housing including regularly acting on behalf of both Landlords and Tenants in the following core areas:

  • Possession;

  • Disrepair;


  • Injunctions;

  • Homelessness



  • Qualified Mediator


  • Chancery Bar Association

  • Northern Chancery Bar Association

  • Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association

  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (Student Member)


  • MA Health Care, Ethics and Law, the University of Manchester

  • MA Law, Cambridge University (St Catharine's College)

  • Bar Vocational Course, Manchester Metropolitan University


  • International Bar Association Conference (2005) Prague.


  • Legal Pressure to incorporate Pharmacogenetics in the UK(2006) (Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology, affiliated to the American Bar Association and Arizona State University)

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