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Lewis Nedas Law Limited

Work Department



Richard is a Senior Associate Solicitor at the Property Department of Lewis Nedas Law having previously worked at firms in Hertfordshire and Hampstead, Richard qualified in February 2009, and specialises in commercial property and residential conveyancing transactions.

He also has expertise in Insolvency Law having worked for a top accountancy practice, for 18 months post qualification, on corporate insolvencies and litigation relating to a trading company in Administration.

His commercial property work has recently included acting for tenants on acquiring leases in the Covent Garden area, dealings with the Grosvenor Estate, bridging finance on multi-million pound projects and the sale of an Embassy building in Mayfair.

His recent residential property work includes; purchases of high value residential properties in the North and Central London  postcodes eg   the sale of a prestigious penthouse property in North London, the purchase of high value new-build property in Fulham Riverside as well as regular transactional dealings with flats, maisonettes and houses around the London area.

His work also incorporates property litigation matters including business lease renewals and lease extension work at the First Tier Tribunal & at the Central London County Court.

He also has expertise in Option Work with recent work relating to the potential conversion of residential land in Mill Hill and Hertfordshire, as well as the multi-million pound re-development of commercial land in the old-town Stevenage area.


Trained at Lavery Haynes (2007-2009); RSM Tenon (2009-2011); Lester Aldridge (six month placement); Heckford Norton (2012-2013); Lewis Nedas Law (2014-present date).

Several property related articles publishes in national publications and websites.




Graduated with a 2:1 from the University of Birmingham in 2003, with the highest exam result in the year for EU Law.

CPI Qualification in Insolvency in June 2009.