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Collas Crill

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Grand Cayman, Singapore, St Helier, St Peter Port, Tortola

Anna Agnieszka Douglass

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Collas Crill

Work Department

UK Real Estate


Senior Associate


Anna joined Collas Crill in February 2014 as an Associate, having moved to Guernsey from Dubai, U.A.E.. Prior to moving to Dubai, Anna previously worked for 11 years as a Trainee Solicitor then an Associate and Senior Associate in Property Department in a law firm in Hampshire.

Anna deals with all aspects of residential and commercial UK property, including investment buy-to-let property, new build developments, new lease work and work to rectify and extend old leases. She is also very involved in all aspects of security work for Private Offshore Banks and Individual Investors in Refinance of Property Portfolios.

Areas of particular expertise

· Acting for High Street Lenders and Private Banks on the preparation of Reports on Title
· Auction Sale/Purchase and Preparation of Purchase Packs
· Buy to Let Investment Work for all Companies (UK and Offshore) and Private Individuals (UK and Offshore)
· Buying and Selling all UK Property
· All non-contentious Leasehold Matters including Lease Extensions
· Remortgaging
· Refinance of Property Portfolios for all Companies (UK and Offshore) and Private Individuals (UK and Offshore)
· All UK Residential Property work including specific advice on boundaries, restrictive covenants or other specific issues such as rectification of defects in title etc
· Matrimonial and Co-Habitation Transfers or Sales
· Testimentary dispositions of UK property Transfers, Assents, Sales
· New Build Development Purchases
· Development work including Site Acquisitions, Development Set-Up and Plot Sales
· Acting for Developers in Option Agreements or Conditional Contracts
· Affordable Housing (Shared Ownership, Shared Equity) Purchases
· UK Council Right-to-Buy Schemes


English and Polish


Law Society , GILA


A Polish National, having moved permanently to the UK in 1998 to read LLB Law in Southampton. She was awarded the Sweet & Maxwell Prize for achievement, having secured the highest grade for her degree in her year. She went on to study at BPP Law School in London and was admitted to the Law Society roll of solicitors in 2005.

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  • In re B; B v T (Court of Appeal, 11 July 2012)

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