Mr Vinay Tanna – Partner

Dispute Resolution Solicitor

Specialist Solicitor

Dispute Resolution and Litigation

Vinay Tanna studied at UCL and Royal Holloway, University of London, then went on to complete his law finals at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice and was articled at a West End firm. He has been a solicitor for over 20 years and is now Managing Partner at Garner & Hancock.

Work Undertaken

  • General Civil Litigation (High Court and County Courts)
  • Specialist in International Matrimonial finances. (member of Resolution)
  • Employment Law (undertakes advocacy at Tribunals). Member of the ELA. (click for further details)

Recent Cases

  • Banfield -v- Campbell – Inheritance family dispute reported Case – Law Report
  • Rouse -v – Petrou [2018] – Disputed beneficial ownership of property, equitable accounting
  • Arabi -v- Arabi [2017] – Company issues,  quasi-Partnership, registration Property dispute
  • Friend -v- Friend [2015] – Financial proceedings in divorce dealing with financial conduct
  • Virdee -v- Virdee [2013] [RPTS] – Determination of Beneficial Interest
  • Shaw v Finnimore & Anor, Court of Appeal Chancery Division, [2009] EWHC 367 (Ch) – Property, Debt/Gifts, Fraud. Law Report
  • Mudhar -v- Mudhar [2009] –  Property issues and fraud
  • Karia -v- Ruperalia [2009] –  dispute of  company Charge, duress, non-est factum
  • Patel -v- Rostamkhani & others[2008] – Liability, Landlord & Tenant
  • Kapoor -v- Kapoor [2004] Father intervening in Divorce proceedings to protect his interest in properties

Professional Organisations

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