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ORIGIN TWO, 106 HIGH STREET, CRAWLEY, RH10 1BF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01293 603600
Fax:
Fax 01293 603666
DX:
57100 CRAWLEY-1
Email:
Web:
www.asb-law.com
Crawley, Maidstone

Nigel Robert Wigin

Tel:
Work 01293 861240
Email:
asb law LLP

Work Department

Property services

Position

Partner with significant expertise in a broad range of commercial property transactions. Nigel has over 25 years’ experience in commercial property work covering a wide spectrum of clients and instructions. He acts for multiple occupiers, assisting in the management of their leasehold property portfolios and for developers and housebuilders on everything from site acquisition and infrastructure work through to plot disposals. Nigel advises investors on acquisitions and disposals and general portfolio management. He also acts for Banks on secured lending transactions and leads our property team in providing support on corporate transactions, whether share or asset sales and purchases.

Career

Trained then associate Kennedys 1981-87; Travers Smith Braithwaite 1987-89; partner Swingland & Co 1989-92; in-house property and franchising The Bodyshop International Plc 1992-97; partner Hughes Watton 1997-2003; joined asb law 2003; partner asb law 2005.

Education

Uppingham School; University College, London (1980 LLB Hons); College of Law (1981).

Leisure

Food and drink, music and theatre and travelling.


South East: Real estate

Commercial property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Within: Commercial property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

asb law LLP handles a range of property-related transactions including landlord and tenant matters and related financing. The team is led by Jonathan Cavell  working with the other key team members; Chris Worthington, Nigel Robert Wigin, Ian Greenfield and associate Sarah Ovenden.

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