Lauren Spark, Associate
Lauren specialises in advising clients on a wide range of contentious property issues involving both commercial and residential property.
Lauren advises clients (including developers, landed estates and individuals) on disputes relating to commercial and residential property including dilapidations, service charge disputes, opposed and unopposed lease renewals, breaches of covenant, possession claims, termination of leases including by forfeiture, the impact of insolvency on landlord and tenant relationships and the exercise of break clauses.
Lauren is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
- Acting for a number of major Landlords in respect of their residential property portfolios (including breaches of lease, service charge disputes and property management issues).
- Acting for a number of major Landlords in respect of their commercial property portfolios (including lease renewals, breaches of lease and dilapidations work).
- Acting for developer clients in relation to rights of light issues.
- Advising tenants operating in the hospitality industry in relation to the wide-ranging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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