New lease extension solicitor

Lease extension solicitor, Sam DaviesThose regular readers of this and other of our specialist blogs will be well aware of our commitment to the area of lease extension. In short, with our leasehold extension work growing rapidly [we already conduct approximately the same amount of lease extension work as residential conveyancing], our plan is to treble that work within three years and to become established as a nationally recognised leader in the complex and niche field of extending a lease.

We are therefore particularly excited that this Monday, we have a new specialist right to manage, enfranchisement and lease extension solicitor joining our team – Sam Davies. Sam comes to us after practising in pure lease extension rights work in the Brighton area and increases our specialist team from two lawyers to three.

Bonallack and Bishop’s senior partner, Tim Bishop commented,

“Given that there are hundreds of thousands of flats that are going to need lease extensions sometimes in the future – many within the next 25 years – we believe it will be a real growth area. It’s amazing how few solicitors or estate agents really even know about the existence of the right to extend your lease. As a result, many leaseholders are unaware of their own rights. As a result, we seen that one of our principle tasks, therefore, is to educate the public and other property professionals such as estate agents, letting agents and other solicitors, to alert them to the existence of the right to an extended lease – and having a dedicated specialist solicitor joining us, provides us with a great opportunity to do just that.”

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