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Graham Kaye

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Howard Kennedy LLP

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Real Estate


Partner. On the commercial property side Graham deals with acquisitions and disposals, landlord and tenant, and residential development. He has also built up strong links with many residential estate agents and is regularly instructed on high-value residential sales and purchases. Graham acts for a range of clients, including private property companies, property funds, offshore private trusts, retailers and regularly acts for developers in London and Home Counties on site acquisitions, site assembly, options and joint ventures.


Trained Cawdery Kaye & Co; qualified 1988; co-founder CKFT Solicitors, Hampstead 1992; partner Howard Kennedy 2014 following merger.


Carmel College and Haberdasher’s Aske’s, Elstree; Queen Mary College, University of London (1983 BA Hons).


Golf (member of Hartsbourne Golf Club); Spurs and Saracens.

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