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Residential Property

Druces’ highly regarded Residential Property team provides a personal and efficient service, covering not only our clients’ conveyancing requirements but also Taxation, Construction, Environmental, Planning and Dispute Resolution issues. We deal with all aspects of Residential Property transactions: sales and purchases, new builds and short term lettings, as well as associated tax planning and inheritance issues.

Leasehold Enfranchisement is a particular specialism, advising both Tenants or 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 respective Court and tribunal aspects of leasehold enfranchisement.

We have long-standing relationships with 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 the personal, partner-led service that clients demand.

Our Residential Property lawyers works closely with our Private Client team, in particular with regard to the issues that arise as a result of the interplay of domicile and residence with our international clients. We also have dual-qualified lawyers within the Private Client team, able to advise in relation to residential property matters in France.

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