Natalie Deuchar, Senior Associate
Natalie advises on the full range of commercial and residential contentious property matters, with particular specialism in leasehold enfranchisement matters.
Natalie’s work covers a broad range of residential and commercial landlord and tenant litigation. On the commercial side, Natalie’s practice includes advising landlords and tenants in connection with business lease renewal claims under the 1954 Act, break options, arrears claims and dilapidations.
Natalie’s residential practice focuses on lease extension and collective freehold claims under the 1993 Act, tenants’ rights of first refusal, right to manage claims, and disputes in connection with breaches of lease for both landlords and tenants.
Natalie is recognised in Chambers & Partners as an associate to watch.
Natalie is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Natalie acted for the successful leaseholders in a multi-million pound collective freehold acquisition claim to acquire the freehold of premises on Lancaster Gate.
- Successfully acted for a group of leaseholders to acquire the freehold of their property which had been transferred to a third party in breach of the provisions of the 1987 Act.
- Advising a major UK restaurant chain in connection with its property portfolio
Are the Government’s plans to reform the leasehold and commonhold systems in England and Wales on a break?
The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022: Landlords and developers beware serious sanctions for non-compliance
The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 received Royal Assent on 8 February 2022 and will come into force on 30 June 2022.
Property Patter: the new arbitration system for covid rent arrears
We discuss the new arbitration process and how landlords and tenants can prepare for it
Coded messages for landlords and tenants
“What does the code of practice mean for landlords and tenants? Read more here”
Property Patter: “Holiday” listening for surveyors: what (non-COVID) news is there so far in 2021?
Here we discuss “business as usual” judgments which have been handed down so far this year.
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.
Property Patter: What would property litigators like for Christmas?
Join us as we discuss two areas of property law they would like to see work better.
Property Patter: “Holiday” listening for surveyors: what (non-COVID) news is there so far in 2020?
In this podcast, we look at a few of the “business as usual” judgments which have been handed down so far this year.
Changes to Assured Shorthold Tenancies from 1 October 2018
We provide an overview of the Deregulation Act 2015 in relation to residential properties in England.
Construct.Law - Winter 2017
Welcome to our winter edition of Construct.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.