Thinking in the right direction
We offer a powerful combination of specialist expertise across a wide range of legal services – all available to individual and business clients via any of our network of offices.
Richard Peter Tymkiw
Family and Senior Litigation Partner, Kidd Rapinet LLP (London Office)
Admission to the Roll: June 1979
Professional : Bannister King & Rigbeys  1All ER 727 (aka Fox’s case) (Judgment of Master of the Rolls Sir John Donaldson QC) For the successful Plaintiffs.
Professional disciplinary : The Law Society v. Thomas Patrick Bluett. The Law Society’s Gazette . For the successful Respondent.
Insurance : Eurodale Manufacturing Limited v. Ecclesiastical Insurance Office Plc  EWCA Civ 203. Definition of in transit for insurance purposes. (Applied : Crows Transport Limited v. Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd.  1 WLR 383). For the successful Claimant.
Family : Norris v. Norris EWHC 2996 [Fam];  All ER [D424]. Long marriage large asset case. Award at first instance of 50% to wife. Assessment of contribution; treatment of pensions; costs determination and invention of clawback. For the successful Petitioner Wife.
Probate : Lim v. Thomson. May 2010. Wills & Trusts Law Reports – 661. Judicial determination requirements for attestation of one’s signature on a Will. For the successful Defendant.
Landlord & Tenant : Edwards & Walkden (Norfolk) Limited and Ors. v. The Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of London  EWHC 2527 (Ch). Commercial lease renewals. Pursuant to the provisions Part II of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954. Determination of preliminary issues germane to the form of new commercial tenancies, including whether new rents should be inclusive or exclusive of service charges. Reaffirmation of O’May. Acted for the Defendant Tenants of Smithfield Market in connection therewith.
Corporate : Abouraya v. Sigmund  EWHC 277 [CH] Double Derivative Action. For the successful Respondent.
Strong belief in fostering confident client relationships founded upon the conscionable, cost-effective and competent. Committed primarily to the consensual resolution of any differences or disputes allied with the precepts of the independent, thorough, fair and formidable.