Solicitors in Market Harborough

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LAWYERS

 

Kalpna Mistry, Solicitor (Commercial)

 

Kalpna is an experienced commercial property lawyer with commercial and planning law experience.  Having worked both in the private and public sector, Kalpna has acted for a wide variety of clients, local authorities, Homes and Communities Agency and developers. Kalpna deals with issues pertaining to business transactions such as negotiating terms and conditions of business and drafting client agreements.

 

Kalpna has many years’ experience in property matters and has acted for both landlords and tenants, drafting and reviewing leases, licences, deeds of surrender, licences to assign and general property advice including forfeiture. Whilst working at various local authorities, Kalpna has given advice to elected members on planning law such as certificates of lawfulness and permitted development rights. Kalpna has developed an understanding on a variety of licensing and planning issues including reviewing matters of judicial review.  

 

Kalpna is proactive and gives pragmatic advice and is able to give solutions by thinking outside the box.

 

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Martin Gregory, Senior Consultant Solicitor (Commercial Property)

 

Martin is an experienced Solicitor specialising in commercial property law.  His areas of expertise include the sale, purchase and development of freehold and leasehold land, as well as landlord and tenant matters (for example, leases, tenancies and licences, assignments, renewals and rent reviews).  Such work covers retail, office, restaurant, industrial and warehouse premises amongst others and he represents sole traders, partnerships, small and medium enterprises and limited companies.

 

Martin is also able to advise on residential conveyancing and company/commercial law, including contracts and terms and conditions, asset/business/share sales and purchases and compromise agreements.

 

Martin provides clear, personal and professional advice.

 

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Razina Akhtar, Senior Consultant Solicitor (Commercial Property)

 

Razina is an astute commercial property lawyer who has gained broad commercial property experience as part of a tier 1 award winning team.

She has dealt with a wide range of property matters including sale and purchase of leasehold and freehold land, landlord and tenant (including deeds of variation, licences leases), corporate support, property finance, property insolvency, solar and wind farm joint venture projects, trust fund acquisitions and property development including putting in place options for land, overage and pre-emption agreements.

Razina prides herself in providing easily accessible advice and taking a pro-active approach for her clients.  

Razina enjoys seeking out solutions in seemingly impossible situations and is described as a “safe pair of hands”.

Razina gained most of her 7 years’ experience at a top 50 law firm acting for a wide range of clients including The Crown Estate, The Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, The London Development Agency, major banks and property investment funds and clients in the retail, leisure and charities sector.

 

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Raymond Cooper, Senior Consultant Solicitor (Commercial Property and Planning)

 

Raymond is a very experienced senior property lawyer who has been rated one of the best of his generation. He was for many years Head of Commercial Property at London solicitors, Farrer & Co, but now casts his net much more widely; he does of course have a great deal of experience of transactional property work but his speciality these days is problem solving in any legal field affecting real estate. You can see the breadth of his interests in blogs on his website. You can also find him on LinkedIn. In recent years, Raymond has advised on complex situations involving easements, restrictive covenants, the right to light, landlord and tenant issues including, in particular, rent reviews and the interpretation of leasehold documents, and judicial review. Raymond has been awarded the accolade of 2016 UK Planning of the Year by both Finance Monthly and Lawyer Monthly magazines.

 

Raymond is an active (though as he acknowledges, irregular) blogger and has had work published in Hill and Redman’s Law of Landlord and Tenant (of which he was Precedents Editor for some years), the Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, the Journal of Planning and Environment Law, the Property Law Journal, the Estates Gazette and the Landlord and Tenant Review.

 

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Louise O'Donoghue, Senior Consultant Solicitor (Commercial Property)

 

Louise is a commercial property solicitor experienced in undertaking legal and portfolio management work across the whole of that practice area, with a particular specialism in the retail sector.  After working in private practice in major UK law firms as a commercial property solicitor Louise moved in house to the Timpson Group, which includes Max Spielmann and Snappy Snaps and worked there for five years within the Estates Team, undertaking a mix of commercial retail, portfolio management and investment management work. Louise is also lecturer in law and commercial property within the Property Management and Development Department at Nottingham Trent University and is therefore very up to date with legal and industry developments.

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