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Lara Nyman

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Partner. Lara specialises in all aspects of contentious property. She acts for a broad spectrum of clients. Lara has extensive experience in landlord and tenant (both residential and commercial) matters, including dilapidation claims, breach of covenant, tortious claims (nuisance and negligence), squatters (including adverse possession), injunctive proceedings, party wall awards, orders for sale and rights of way. Lara also advises on contested probate matters. Publications of note: Estates Gazette, Solicitors Journal; the Landlord and Tenant Factbook.


Trained Grower Goldberg & Michael Freeman; qualified 1999; associate Collyer Bristow LLP 2000-09; partner CKFT 2013; partner Howard Kennedy 2014 to date.


Property Litigation Association (and member of education and training sub-committee); Women in Property; Association of Women Solicitors; ACTAPS.


Henrietta Barnett School; Warwick University (BA Hons).

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