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Birketts LLP

PROVIDENCE HOUSE, 141-145 PRINCES STREET, IPSWICH, IP1 1QJ, ENGLAND
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Work 01473 232300
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Fax 01473 230524
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3206 IPSWICH
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www.birketts.co.uk

Charlotte Wormstone

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Work 01473 406317
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Birketts LLP

Work Department

Property Litigation

Position

Senior Associate

Career

Charlotte joined Birketts in May 2013 and is a Senior Associate in our Property Litigation Team.

Charlotte trained and  practised for five years in the City with two of the leading real estate dispute teams. Her experience spans both high value commercial and residential real property having acted for both landlords and tenants in a wide range of contentious issues. Charlotte regularly advises on lease renewals, forfeiture, repossessions, break clauses, consents and dilapidations. She also has experience of dealing with leasehold enfranchisement and mixed use issues. Most recently Charlotte has acted for joint fixed charge receivers, administrators and mortgagees in relation to a broad variety of insolvency related property matters.  She is a member of the Property Litigation Association. 


East Anglia: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Next generation lawyers

Charlotte Wormstone - Birketts LLP

Within: Property litigation

'Among the best property litigation firms in the region', Birketts LLP 'always takes into account the client’s needs and the best solution for them, and in terms of value for money, every penny spent has been worth it'. The ten-lawyer practice handles all aspects of property litigation but is best-known for town and village green matters, Telecoms Code cases, rights to light, leasehold enfranchisement, and commercial landlord and tenant work. The 'very enthusiastic and determined' Richard Eaton leads the practice and he is 'very focused on his clients’ objectives and has a great eye for detail'. He recently handled a High Court Chancery Division case arising out of a dispute between neighbours following a complicated land acquisition arrangement. John Scannell recently advised a farming partnership on a proprietary estoppel claim. Clients praise the 'exceptional work' of the 'very knowledgeable, technically very good and very pragmatic' James Robinson. Senior associate and barrister Simon Woodhead is highly recommended. Associate Laura Tanguay 'can explain incredibly technical information in a simple, easy way'. Senior associate and rising star Charlotte Wormstone is strongly recommended for her 'timely, straightforward and pragmatic advice'.

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