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AFRICA HOUSE, 70 KINGSWAY, LONDON, WC2B 6AH, ENGLAND
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Mishcon de Reya LLP, Chhavie Kapoor, London, ENGLAND

Chhavie Kapoor

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Work 020 740 6618
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www.mishcon.com/people/chhavie_kapoor
Mishcon de Reya LLP

Work Department

Property Litigation.

Position

Chhavie is a Partner in the Real Estate department specialising in real estate disputes. She has particular experience in advising developers on avoiding disputes and, where issues do occur, how to mitigate against them in order keep the development on track. This includes advising clients on minimising the potential of rights of light related claims.

Chhavie has also successfully acted in connection with planning judicial reviews and has defended clients from applications to register development land as town and village greens. She also has extensive experience of acting for developers on rights of light strategies including the use of insurance policies and section 203 Housing and Planning Act 2016 to mitigate risks.

She advises both landlords and tenants on all aspects of their relationship, including business lease renewals (both unopposed and opposed), dilapidations, tenant insolvency, recovery of arrears, service charge disputes, consents, rent review and issues relating to quiet enjoyment.

Career

Trained William Heath & Co; BSDR Qualified; Nabarro Solicitor;  Eversheds Solicitor; RPC LLP Associate; Mishcon de Reya Senior Associate; Mishcon de Reya Legal Director; Mishcon de Reya Partner

Languages

Hindi.

Member

Property Litigation Association.

Education

Stretford Grammar School; Durham University (LLB Law).

Leisure

Pilates, yoga, cooking.

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