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We handle all aspects of Residential Property transactions: sales and purchases, new builds and short-term lettings, as well as all the associated tax-planning and inheritance issues.
Leasehold Enfranchisement is a particular specialism. We advise both tenants and Landlords on lease extensions, freehold purchases or sales, both contentious and non-contentious.
Our Real Estate Dispute Resolution team is experienced in dealing with the court and tribunal aspects of the leasehold enfranchisement process.
We enjoy long-standing relationships with the best agents, surveyors and financiers, enabling us to provide an integrated service to meet our clients’ needs. The London residential property market continues to be popular with buyers across the world and we are well placed to provide a highly personal, bespoke service.
Our team works closely with our Private Wealth lawyers, in particular when it comes to taking account of the tax residence and domicile of our international clients.
Who to Contact
Partner, Real Estate
Suzanne Middleton Lindsley is a Partner in the Real Estate team and the Head of Residential Property. She has broad experience in residential and commercial property, including in investment, development and property finance. She also has experience in dealing with Sharia’a compliant transactions.
Head Of Enfranchisement, Real Estate
Michelle is a Senior Associate and the Head of Enfranchisement in Druces’ Real Estate team. Michelle specialises in leasehold enfranchisement and in commercial and residential property.
Partner, Real Estate
Parveen is a partner in Druces’ Residential Property team. She has expert knowledge in all aspects of residential conveyancing including leasehold and freehold sales and purchases, re-mortgage transactions and transfers of equities. Parveen prides herself on giving clear and straightforward explanations of the complexities of these transactions to her clients.
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