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The ‘practical and commercialJason Morgan leads the team at Carey Olsen, which includes Davey Le Marquand and senior associates Jonathan Anderson and John Le Tissier, who ‘has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Guernsey property law’. The firm advised Bailiwick Investments on its acquisition of Sandpiper CI, and acted for Stenprop on its £61.3m acquisition of commercial office building Trafalgar Court.

Collas Crillalways provides an excellent service’. The firm’s highlights included acting for the Guernsey Housing Association on the £2m acquisition of a site in St Peter Port, and advising Channel Islands Property Fund and Bailiwick Investments on the transfer of a £17m commercial building from one fund to the other. Other clients include RBS, Lloyds Bank and Ravenscroft. The ‘excellentJason Green heads the team, which includes Paul Nettleship, Chris Bound and Michael Morris.

The ‘impressiveMourant Ozannes provides ‘prompt, commercial and relevant service’. The ‘calm and approachableMark Torode heads the practice, and Peter Ferbrache is recommended. Torode’s highlights included advising Blackstone on the sale of three office blocks in Guernsey. Associate Laura Bougourd is ‘helpful, approachable and knowledgeable’.

Ogier’s practice is led by the ‘calm and efficient’ Martyn Baudains, who joined the firm from Babbé LLP in December 2016. Senior associate Claire Smith joined from Eversheds LLP in November 2015. Clients include a number of prominent retailers including Sandpiper, which the firm advised in connection with liquor licensing matters.

At the ‘excellentAFR Advocates, its lawyers attract praise for their ‘willingness to listen and take client views on board’. The ‘friendly and practical’ Mark Ferbrache heads the practice and is supported by Peter Stahelin. The firm advises a wide variety of clients on major real estate transactions, and also handles dilapidations and lease agreements.

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