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Benjamin Lomer

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Senior Associate
b.lomer@druces.com
Direct Line: +44 (0)20 7216 5570

Benjamin Lomer is a Senior Associate in Druces LLP’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. He has wide experience in dealing with both property litigation and commercial litigation matters. Ben acts for both landlords and tenants of commercial property and he specialises in advising on commercial lease renewal, terminations and dealing with associated notices and Court proceedings.

Ben regularly deals with enforcement issues, including recovery of rent arrears, dilapidations claims, and recovering possession where necessary. Ben is a member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and he accepts referrals and acts on an agency basis for other law firms for Court hearings.

He lives in South West London with his wife and is usually found watching rugby at Harlequins and sometimes playing on the pitches of Clapham and Wandsworth.

Legal 500

In Legal 500, 2019 Benjamin is recognised for his contribution to property litigation matters, focusing on his work on leasehold enfranchisement, forfeiture and possession proceedings and dilapidations. The 2017 edition quotes Benjamin as ‘particularly pragmatic and commercially minded’.

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