Lauren Fraser, Senior Associate
Lauren advises on a range of property related disputes with an emphasis on landlord and tenant issues.
SummaryLauren advises on a range of property related disputes with an emphasis on landlord and tenant issues. She acts for clients including private individuals, institutional landlords and tenants on a range of issues including rent and service charge recovery together with other management issues, advising on break notices and possession actions. She also specialises in leasehold enfranchisement claims, acting for a major London Estate as well as claims brought by tenants.
Lauren is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Assisting with bringing a claim in the Supreme Court on behalf of Howard de Walden Estates Limited leading to the landmark decision on the question of “What is a house?” under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1967
- Acting for a developer defending a claim for misrepresentation on the sale of a residential flat in the High Court; the proceedings were settled on the second day of trial on favourable terms
- Acting for number of residential management companies and providing advice on a variety of issues from service charge recovery to nuisance
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