Natalie Deuchar, Senior Associate
Natalie specialises in property litigation work, including commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes, with particular emphasis on contentious leasehold enfranchisement and lease extension claims.
Natalie specialises in all aspects of commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes including 1954 Act lease renewals, rent and service charge arrears claims and dilapidations claims. Natalie has particular experience in leasehold enfranchisement claims, lease extension claims, rights of first refusal matters and RTM claims. Natalie is recognised as an ‘Associate to watch’ in Chambers and Partners.
Natalie is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Acting on high profile contentious leasehold enfranchisement claims including acting for Barrie House (Freehold) Limited in a multi million pound collective freehold acquisition lasting over 6 years and with hearings in the First Tier Tribunal and in the Upper Tribunal on appeal, to successfully acquire the freehold of Barrie House, Lancaster Gate, London
- Acting for and advising CitySprint UK in respect of its property portfolio
- Acting for a major UK and International restaurant chain in respect of its property portfolio in particular on lease renewals and dilapidations claims
- Acting for the landlord of a large estate in London on the disposal of the freehold including serving notices under the 1987 Act
Natalie Deuchar and Leonora Owens write for Pharmacy Business on the considerations to take into account when pharmacists look to obtain a new unit
Pharmacists should be aware of the law when considering obtaining a new unit.
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Construct.Law - Winter 2017
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