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Collas Crill

GLATEGNY COURT, PO BOX 140, GLATEGNY ESPLANADE, ST PETER PORT, GY1 4EW, GUERNSEY
Tel:
Work 01481 723191
Fax:
Fax 01481 711880
Email:
Web:
www.collascrill.com
Grand Cayman, Singapore, St Helier, St Peter Port, Tortola
Collas Crill, Paul Nettleship, St Peter Port, GUERNSEY

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Paul Nettleship

Tel:
Work 01481 734235
Email:
Web:
www.collascrill.com/who-we-are/n/paul-nettleship/
Collas Crill

Work Department

Property

Position

Partner with expertise in all Guernsey commercial and residential property matters including conveyancing and lease matters. Also advises on inheritance and estate planning. Acts for landlords and tenants, representing purchasers of high-value, residential and commercial property, and for both purchasers and sellers of local businesses including associated property matters. Particular experience in high-net-worth private client property transfers.

Career

Trained Collas Crill; called English Bar 2004; Guernsey Bar 2008.

Languages

French

Member

The Guernsey Bar

Education

Elizabeth College, Guernsey; Liverpool John Moores University (BSc (Hons)); Nottingham Law School (PgDip Law); College of Law London (BVC (very competent)); University of Caen, France (Certificate d'etudes Juridiques Francaises et Normandes).

Leisure

Running, swimming, cycling.


Guernsey

Commercial property

Within: Leading individuals

Paul Nettleship - Collas Crill

Within: Commercial property

Collas Crill recently handled a number of Guernsey’s most significant property acquisitions, developments and relocation exercises involving landmark hospitality, retail and commercial premises. Although the firm saw the recent retirement of Chris Bound, the practice remains strong with the likes of Jason Green, Paul Nettleship and senior associate Donald Millar acting for a broad client portfolio of property developers, investors, financial lenders, local businesses and private clients.

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