In this article, which will be of particular interest to landlords and letting agents, Anna Lewis and Jonathan Achampong explore some of the key features of the…Read More
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- Finance and Banking
- Professional Negligence
- Regulatory and Judicial Review
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- IT Disputes
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Anna Lewis's Service Teams
Anna is a solicitor specialising in Residential Property.
- Handled multiple lease extensions for large complexes for a leading UK property developer.
- Completed high value leasehold and freehold sales and purchases for private individuals.
- Liaised with the Private Client team to ensure that purchases and transfers were handled in a tax efficient manner
- Advised a landlord client on the procedure under section 5B of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987
- Dealt with the Land Registry matters in relation to a large country estate in Nottinghamshire.
- Dealt with transfers of property on the administration of estates.
Anna graduated from the University of Cambridge where she read French and Italian.
She completed her law conversion course at BPP Law Schools in Waterloo and Holborn and worked in Lyon and the Champagne region before joining Wedlake Bell in September 2013 as a trainee solicitor. She qualified in September 2015.
Articles & Comment
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