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Collas Crill

GLATEGNY COURT, PO BOX 140, GLATEGNY ESPLANADE, ST PETER PORT, GY1 4EW, GUERNSEY
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Work 01481 723191
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Fax 01481 711880
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Grand Cayman, Singapore, St Helier, St Peter Port, Tortola
Collas Crill, Donald Millar, St Peter Port, GUERNSEY

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Donald Millar

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Collas Crill

Work Department

Property: UK Real Estate

Position

Senior Associate. Donald is dual qualified to act in both Scotland and England & Wales. He acts for secured lenders (especially large portfolios and cross border deals) as well as being well versed in all aspects of commercial and residential property, particularly in relation to real estate investment, real estate finance, and retail, hotels & leisure.

Donald acts for a wide spectrum of clients including institutional lenders and international operators, as well as small to medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs. He has experience dealing with all asset types including offices, retail, care homes in addition to hotels & and high end residential, involved in a number of complex deals right through from start-up to completion.

Career

Associate at Brodies LLP (2005 – 2015); Joined Collas Crill as a Senior Associate in 2015

Member

Law Society of Scotland; GILA

Education

Aberdeen Grammar School; The University of Edinburgh, LLB (Hons) (2000 – 2005)

Leisure

Football, golf, cycling


Guernsey

Commercial property

Within: Next generation lawyers

Donald Millar - Collas Crill

Within: Commercial property

Known to clients for its 'excellent technical knowledge' and 'ability to work to tight deadlines', Collas Crill acts for financial institutions, landlords and developers in significant property transactions. Paul Nettleship led the advice to the Channel Islands Property Fund with regard to its freehold acquisition of the Royal Chambers office building in St Peter Port, and Jason Green was part of the team which acted for Esplanade Properties – a consortium of high-net-worth individuals – in its purchase of Royal Bank Place; a separate team led by Nettleship advised the seller on this transaction. On the international front, Michael Morris assisted a UK bank with the Guernsey, Jersey and BVI aspects of the financing of its acquisition of a commercial property in the Midlands. His group was also instructed by a peer-to-peer lender to oversee an initial drawdown on a loan for the development and conversion of a residential property in London. In other highlights, an international unit trust appointed the firm to handle the transfer of its property portfolio under the supervision of consultant Shelagh Mason. Also notable are senior partner Chris Bound  and senior associates Donald Millar, Tristan Ozannes and Anna Douglass.

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