She advises on contentious matters relating to commercial, residential and rural property. Veronica has a wealth of experience in dealing with a broad range of issues for landowners and occupiers, including high net worth individuals, investors, and charities, and developers. She also advises lenders in relation to the enforcement of security over property.
Veronica is an experienced negotiator, and prides herself on giving practical and commercial advice based upon clients’ objectives.
Advising on landlord and tenant issues in connection with prime central London property such as Old Bond Street, New Bond Street and Sloane Street.
Advising on the enforcement of security over residential and commercial property for private banks.
Working on co-ownership disputes to obtain a sale of property and satisfactory division of the proceeds.
Working on contentious issues relating to the redevelopment of property in New Bond Street, including rights of light and party wall issues.
Advising on a substantial appeal against an award under the Party Wall Act 1996.
Advising on a claim for public rights of way over a development site.
‘House Rules column on property disputes’, Financial Times
Property Litigation Association
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