Important recent cases:
Charnley& Others v Revenue & Customs  UKFTT 650 (TC),  WTLR 93
(October 2019; Judge Dean sitting as a Judge in the First Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)
Roger Preston Group Limited v Revenue & Customs  SFTD 543,  UKFTT 38 (TC)
(February 2021; sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tax Tribunal Chamber)
Revenue & Customs v Christian Peter Candy  BTC 535,  STI 1888,  WLR(D) 532,  4 WLR 130,  UKUT 170 (TCC),  STC 1500
(July 2021; Mr Justice Mellor sitting as a Judge in the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber)
Wilhunter (UK) Ltd v Revenue and Customs  UKFTT 265 (TC)
(July 2021; Judge Hellier sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)
Matthew & Others v Sedman & Others  4 All ER 477,  2 WLR 1232,  2 P & CR DG18,  AC 299,  UKSC 19
(May 2012; Judge Hodge KC sitting as a Judge of the High Court)
G B Fleet Hire Limited v Revenue and Customs  BVC 514,  UKUT 225 (TCC)
(September 2021; Judge Ramshaw & Judge Scott sitting in the Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery Chamber)
Firth and Firth (as the Trustees of the L Batley 1984 Settlement)  UKFTT 219 (TC),  WTLR 1297,  SFTD 191
(July 2022; Tribunal Judge Scott sitting as a Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)
Ulster Metals v Revenue and Customs  UKFTT 125 (TC)
(April 2022; Judge Christopher McNall sitting as a Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)
Revenue and Customs v Dolphin Drilling Limited  UKUT 212 (TCC)
(August 2022; Mrs Justice Falk, Judge Thomas Scott sitting as a Judge of the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber)
Pawar v Revenue and Customs  UKFTT 81 (TC)
(January 2023; Tribunal Judge Poole sitting as a Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)
Naylor v Barlow  EWHC 1565 (Ch)
(June 2019; HHJ Hodge QC sitting as a Judge of the High Court)
How was a fund to be distributed by the executors of a will where the legatee had died before the testator, and where the gift had been made under a condition which was not communicated to the legatee’s heirs, and which was therefore not met?
Earl of Plymouth v Rees  EWHC 1008 (Ch)
(April 2019; HHJ Keyser QC sitting as a Judge of the High Court)
What did ‘reasonable’ mean in a lease? How wide were the landlord’s contractual rights of access to agricultural land for the purposes of development, and was the landlord allowed to conduct various kinds of exploratory works and environmental surveys?
Omagh Minerals Ltd v HMRC  UKFTT 130 (TC)
(2010-2019, First-tier Tribunal, Tax Chamber)
Was 150,000 tonnes of material excacated and removed from an active gold mine in Northern Ireland exempt from Aggregates Duty?
Mathews v Sedman  EWCA Civ 475
(January 2019, Court of Appeal, led by Jeremy Cousens QC, on appeal from  EWHC 3527 (Ch) HHJ Hodge QC sitting as a Judge of the High Court)
If a right of action accrued at midnight, was that day included or not for the purposes of limitation?
Vigne v HMRC  UKUT 357 (TCC)
(October 2018, Upper Tribunal, Tax and Chancery Chamber)
Did a livery stables qualify for Business Property Relief for the purposes of Inheritance Tax? Was the land ‘wholly or mainly investment’?
A487 Caernarfon-Bontnewydd Bypass
Representing Welsh Ministers at a 4 week Public Inquiry into proposed £150m bypass (Summer 2017; approved by the First Minister and work started in February 2019. Wales’ largest public works project)
Executors of Marjorie Ross v HMRC  UKFTT 507 (TC)
(First-tier Tribunal, Tax Chamber, June 2017)
Was Business Property Relief available for a Cornish holiday letting business consisting of 11 holiday cottages?
Plasdwr Garden City
Representing the landlords at a series of arbitrations under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 in relation to the development of a 7,500 house ‘Garden City’ on the outskirts of Cardiff (Spring 2017 and ongoing)
Taylor v de Hamel and Aspinall  EWHC 454 (Ch) and  EWHC 1210 (Ch)
(High Court, Norris J sitting as Vice-Chancellor)
How were unpaid compensation moneys from purchase and development of M65 to be distributed?
Important cases before 2017:
Williams v Seals  EWHC 1829 (Ch)
(High Court – Norris J, sitting as Vice-Chancellor)
Leading case on the use of judicial Early Neutral Evaluation in the resolution of proprietary estoppel disputes and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
Williams v Seals  EWHC 3708 (Ch)
(High Court – David Richards J)
Leading case on the vacation of cautions entered against a disputed farm in proprietary estoppel claim
Nugent v Nugent  EWHC 4095 (Ch)
Leading case on the removal of unilateral notices entered against a disputed farm in a proprietary estoppel claim
Many other cases (reported on Bailli.org) as a Judge of the Tax Chamber of the First-Tier Tribunal in relation to all types of tax.