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Claire Lyon

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DWFM Beckman

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Dispute Resolution

Position

Claire is an experienced property litigator within the dispute resolution department.  She undertakes a broad range of property dispute resolution cases and specialises in commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters, acting for both private individuals and large commercial PLCs.

Claire’s clients are mainly landlord and tenants, property owners and developers.  Her practice includes providing advice and assistance in the following matters:

  • landlords and tenants in relation to lease renewals, assignments and under-leases, dilapidations and repairs, rent reviews, rent and service charge recovery and property insolvency
  • advising property owners in respect of boundary disputes, party walls, restrictive covenants and easements, rights of way, rights of light, adverse possession and compulsory purchase
  • advising developers with issues arising from contracts and options, development and funding agreements, restrictive covenants and easements, trespass and nuisance, highways, party walls and rights of light and rights of way

Career

Claire trained at Linklaters in London and was admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2003.

Member

Claire is a member of the Property Litigation Association, Women in Property and also a member of the PACT Committee (Professional Arbitration on Court Terms) scheme which enables clients to resolve lease renewal disputes through arbitration rather than the court process.

Education

Chartered Institute of Legal Executives


London: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

DWFM Beckman is β€˜a very good firm of lawyers in a competitive market’. The firm’s disputes expertise includes commercial contracts; corporate matters; insolvency and debt recovery; and IP-related claims. The practice is also noted for real estate and trust disputes, professional negligence, civil fraud, injunctions and asset tracing. Peter Bridson β€˜has great judgement, experience and negotiating skills’; Elizabeth Johnson β€˜provides extremely pragmatic advice’; Demetris Dionissiou is β€˜a very effective lawyer’; Sharokh Koussari is β€˜highly experienced’; Naylah Hamour β€˜has a superb mind’; and Claire Lyon is β€˜great with clients’.

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