Thul Khan

Position: Solicitor

Thul has experience in taking instructions on all types of homelessness and possession cases, including those involving warrants for possession, to trial.  He takes a particular interest in possession claims made as a result of anti-social behaviour, or involving young people as well as in applications to set aside possession orders.

Thul also specialises in housing disrepair and unlawful eviction and he has been successful in obtaining significant damages for his clients in both such circumstances. Thul has experience in obtaining and challenging community care assessments and in cases involving the provision of services for young people under the Children Act 1989.

Thul represents clients under public and private funding as well as on a no win no fee basis and is able to take instructions at short notice where urgent action is required.

Thul volunteers at Camden Law Centre on a regular basis as well as representing clients in the County Court Duty Scheme.

Thul’s clients describe him as a “high quality lawyer able to serve when needed” and some who provides “clear assistance, outstanding patience and understands the issues”

Outside of work Thul enjoys live theatre and comedy and following the mighty West Ham United.

Case highlights

  1. Thul acted for a client with mental health issues in defending a possession claim.  The local authority agreed to discontinue the claim, ensure that a community care assessment took place and made reasonable adjustments when corresponding with the client in future.
  2. Thul successfully obtained an injunction from the High Court requiring the local authority to accommodate a homeless client from who the local authority were refusing to accept a homeless application.
  3. In a claim for disrepair Thul secured his client damages for £25,000 where the property was suffering from severe penetrating dampness and mould.
  4. Thul successfully challenged a Social Services department decision not to maintain the welfare of a 19 year old person who was previously looked after by the local authority.
  5. In a possession case the local authority consented to a possession order being set aside after Thul made submissions to show that a client was entitled to housing benefit when he was absent from the property.

What the directories say:

Thul Khan is a “cool customer in a crisis.”

Legal 500 2017


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