- Called: 2013
Tristan joined Five Paper in October 2015 after successfully completing his pupillage. Before joining Five Paper Tristan worked for the Personal Support Unit, co-ordinating the work of volunteers supporting litigants in person across London.
In 2016 Tristan was awarded a Pegasus Scholarship by Inner Temple and travelled to New Zealand in June for 3 months. During that time he worked for Luke Cunningham Clere and Crown Law on commercial, public and criminal cases.
Tristan has a broad Property practice encompassing property, leasehold and housing disputes. He regularly acts both landlords and tenants, in private and social housing matters.
Tristan is regularly instructed on both fast and multi track trials is regularly instructed to conduct hearings and draft proceedings in relation to the following.
- Homeless appeals
- Equality Act defences to possession proceedings;
- Anti-social behaviour injunctions and committals proceedings
- Possession proceedings based on anti-social behaviour, sub -letting and non-occupation;
- Possession proceedings based on failed succession claims
- Disputes over tenancy deposit schemes
- Breaches of the implied terms of tenancies;
Furthermore Tristan has provided advice on:
- Variations to tenancy agreements, including the effects of the Assured Short hold Tenancy Notices and Prescribed Requirements (England) Regulations 2015 on tenancy deposits;
- Transferring a tenancy between cohabitants and associated occupations orders;
- Creation of implied tenancy
Tristan Salter has acted in a range of commercial disputes including
- Charging orders and other enforcement procedures;
- Collateral use of documents;
- The following procedural applications:
o Setting aside default judgment
o Summary judgment
o Relief from sanctions
Tristan has also provided advice in relation to small claims and on procedural issues.
Tristan is regularly instructed to appear in winding up petitions in both the High Court and the County Court. He has also provided advice on insolvency procedure including:
- Power to disclaim onerous property;
- Requests for information from receivers;
- The liability of a parent company for the losses of a subsidiary.
Tristan Salter is qualified to accept instructions directly from members of the public pursuant to the Bar’s public access scheme.
Tristan has taken on Pro Bono cases, using his experience working at the Personal Support Unit to provide clear and effective advice directly to clients.
University of Law – BPTC
University of Law – GDL
Pembroke College, University of Oxford – History BA (2:1)
Princeton University – History Exchange Programme
Lord Brougham Scholarship – Lincoln’s Inn
Hardwicke Scholarship – Lincoln’s Inn
Princeton Exchange Scholarship – Oxford University
Pegasus Scholarship by Inner Temple
Property Bar Association (PBA)
Commercial Bar Association (Combar)
London Common Law & Commercial Bar Association (LCLCBA)