Kate Rogers
Call: 2009
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Real Estate Profile

Kate undertakes a variety of Property work, being instructed regularly in matters concerning trusts and disputes as to beneficial ownership. She has advised in a broad range of cases concerning a proprietary interest in land and in which constructive or resulting trusts have arisen. Kate also advises as to the validity of trust deeds purporting to limit beneficial interest in property.  

Kate has particular experience in the validity and enforceability of registered charges. As a junior, possession hearings formed a significant part of Kate’s practice and she continues to appear in contested possession proceedings particularly where the issues are complex and the matter proceeds to trial. Kate finds that her insolvency and banking practices compliment her property practice when dealing with disputed charges.  

In addition to her advisory practice and significant trial experience, Kate also has an interest in property disputes in which injunctive relief is sought.


  • Recent-Experience

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      • Represented an international bank in possession proceedings of residential property co-owned by the wife of the guarantor, defended on the basis of misrepresentation, undue influence, and allegations of quasi-fraud on the part of the bank.
      • Advising as to the true beneficial interest between co-owners of a property prior to mediation, in order to form a strategy. Arguments raised within the proceedings centred around constructive and resulting trusts.
      • Instructed to act for a high street bank in a claim for possession in which repayments were being maintained but the mortgagor was deceased, with his widow claiming rights under the mortgage.

  • Specialist-Areas

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  • Qualifications-and-Appointments

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      • LLB (Hons) (2:1), Cardiff University
      • BVC (Outstanding), Cardiff Law School
      • Young Barristers’ Committee of the Bar Council (2012)

  • Professional-Associations

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      • Midland Chancery and Commercial Bar Association (MCCBA)

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Horton v Henry

Horton v Henry: The Court of Appeal confirms that pensions not yet in payment will enjoy protection from the provisions of section 310 of the Insolvency Act. Kate Rogers reviews the long awaited Court of Appeal decision in Horton v…

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