Civil, Family, Crime, Regulatory, Landlord and Tenant, Dilapidation, Employment Law, Beneficial Interest, Constructive Trust, Boundary Disputes, Partnership, Companies Act and Insolvency
Year of call: 2016
A former solicitor-advocate with over 10 years in private practice as a principal and consultant solicitor-advocate, Kamar has been an advocate in the Chancery Division, Queens Bench Division, Administrative Court and the Senior Costs office. Kamar’s year of call is 2016 but he has been practicing as High Court Advocate in all proceedings since 2007 as a solicitor-advocate and he has been advocate in the Court of Appeal on many occasions during his long career.
He has a wide following from the South, South West, Midlands and the Northern Circuit and Wales.
Kamar has extensive practice in the following areas of law:-
Partnership disputes, Employment law, family law and financial disputes, personal injury, clinical negligence, Trust & Probate, boundary dispute, regulatory matters, costs disputes, detail assessment hearings, injunctions, housing disrepair, breach of contract, Immigration and crime. Defending forfeiture of lease following section 146 notice under Landlord and Tenant Act 1925 as well as Trade Mark matters including passing off.
Kamar may accept Public Access work where he can be instructed directly by a member of the public rather than a solicitor.
Qualifications & Awards
- LLB University of Central England (UCE)
- PgDL, University of Central England (UCE)
- Lincoln’s Inn
- Member of the Chancery Bar Association
- Bengali (Advanced)
- Urdu & Hindi (intermediate)
Notable cases include:
- Miah –v- Islam  EWHC 1569 (Ch) established that illegality or ex turpi causa principle, is no bar to the recovery within partnership.
- Rowley & Others –v- Secretary of State for Department of Work and Pensions  EWCA Civ 598.
- Hoque –v- Ali  EWCA Civ 274.
- Chen –v- Chui Others  EWHC 1276 (Ch)
- Kazakhstan Plc & Others – Involving international trust, beneficial interest, tracing claim on properties in excess of £144 million.
- Srivastava v Onward Technologies Ltd – acted for multi-national India based employer in an employment matter on allegations of constructive and unfair dismissal where the employer succeeded at trial.
- Also successfully defended allegations of sham trusts in financial remedy claims in respect of properties acquired prior and during marriage in excess of £4 million.
- Often deals with inheritance of assets during after marriage (whether in the UK or overseas) and how these should be dealt within financial remedy claims on a need basis etc.