We are pleased to announce that Emma Gregory qualified as a solicitor into our residential real estate team on 17th September 2018.
We are delighted that Alison Purves has joined the firm as an Associate in our Real Estate Litigation Team. Alison previously worked at City firm Fladgate LLP and before that Thomas Eggar LLP. Alison’s appointment bolsters Naylor’s real estate litigation offering, and provides further expertise in advising corporations and individuals on a wide range of contentious real estate matters. Alison has extensive experience of advising on commercial and residential landlord and tenant issues, together with dilapidations, restrictive covenants, easements, rent arrears, service charge disputes and title issues. In additions to all aspects of real estate litigation, Naylors also advises upon commercial and insolvency litigation, commercial property (including office, warehouse, restaurant and pub leases), and leasehold enfranchisement and right to manage matters.
Rip-off ground rent, extortionate ground rent, high ground rent. No matter how you describe it; if you’re the owner of a leasehold house or flat then it will be an unwanted addition to the cost of ownership.
When a flat is damaged by a leak from another flat in the same building, a dispute will usually arise. The manager of the building will often ask the person whose flat has been flooded to make a claim on the building’s insurance policy and pay the excess.