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Daniel Swimer

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Howard Kennedy LLP

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Real Estate Dispute Resolution


Senior Associate


Daniel is a senior associate in our real estate dispute resolution department who specialises in resolving disputes. He acts for a range of corporate and individual clients in commercial and residential real estate matters. His experience includes business lease renewals and terminations, advising on strategies for securing vacant possession on redevelopments, dilapidations, rent reviews, break notices, service charge disputes, arrears recovery, breaches of covenant, squatters and possession cases, leasehold enfranchisement and landlord and tenant insolvency. Daniel is a member of the Property Litigation Association.


Property Litigation Association
RICS Dilapidations Forum

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